Gare do Orienta (Exterior), Lisboa, Portugal

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Gare do Oriente it's probably the most important transport hub in Lisbon and it was designed by Santiago Calatrava, a spanish well-known architect.

It was built for the Expo98 event and nowadays it is used by thousands of people everyday. At Gare do Oriente you can find BUS, train and metropolitan which makes this spot a reference in the city. You can also go to Vasco da Gama Shopping Center, take a walk or have a nice meal in one of the many restaurants in the area. Some large companies like Vodafone, Novabase and Sonae are also based here which makes it a privileged zone to work or establish a business.

Every minute you have a bunch of new people crossing the street, answering the phone or taking a cab … or if you prefer … every minute you have a new opportunity to take one more shot. Definitely it’s a place that you should … and must visit if you come to Lisbon.

written by nelson-oliveira on 2009-10-10 in #world #locations

10 Comments

  1. azurblue
    azurblue ·

    Cool gallery !

  2. paper_doll
    paper_doll ·

    pretty cool gallery indeed! and it's "oriente", not "orienta"! :)

  3. afd_lsi
    afd_lsi ·

    Nice gallery!

  4. juznobsrvr
    juznobsrvr ·

    . . . . . nice set... great multi-exposures

  5. stouf
    stouf ·

    Superb shots ! And with a very cool grain !

  6. janidays
    janidays ·

    orienta o oriente :b

    boa location :D

  7. babo
    babo ·

    Loved it!! Nice gallery!

  8. zulupt
    zulupt ·

    Great review and gallery. Congrats!

  9. bongofury
    bongofury ·

    Great gallery!!
    Parabens

  10. glenn
    glenn ·

    excellent

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