Evening walk around the Martim Moniz square. Ceramics shop
After settling in the hotel room, I went to the supermarket MiniPreco, who was in the neighboring house stocked with food. Nearby there is a small fruit shop. Back in the room and after dinner, I went for the first walk.
Martim Moniz square was nearby, so I started with It.
The square bears the name of the Portuguese knight, famous during the Reconquista.
The symbol of Lisbon is an old tram. Taram stop near the Mundial hotel.
Opposite the bus stop caught my attention storefront ceramics.
There were wonderful works of local artists, depicting everything that you can imagine.
Truth, this dragon clearly has roots in Southeast Asia.
I marveled at the ceramic miracle and decided to complete the first walk in the capital of Portugal. Time was already later, and from the house I left more than a day ago, uncontrollably cloned into a dream and I turned towards my hotel.