Friday, February 19, 2010

Facing the bay

Old buildings at Cascais

16 comments:

brattcat said...

How very beautiful this architecture is. I imagine seeing the bay from these elegant windows.

Sharon said...

These are great old buildings with real style. I love that balcony on the upper floor. It adds so much to the overall buidling structure.

Anya said...

Amazing big building :-)

Love your sea noise on the backgrond
makes me sleepie ..... LOL
:-)

Jarart said...

I'd like to stay in that upper left flat. The one with the TV dish. And I'd like to go up and look out that little window on the very top. Nice.

Gena @ Thinking Aloud said...

I did a double take here!! I took pictures of these exact same buildings when there in August - hehe!!! I love this part of Cascais ... that entire area aroud the little "park" .... so many gorgeous homes/ old buildings .... there is another very interesting one opposite the road that was in process of being revamped - wonder what it's looking like now!?

have a lovely weekend!
Gena @ Thinking Aloud

Small City Scenes said...

Love these old building. they seem to have so much to say.


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Rambling Round said...

All the detail on the building is gorgeous.

Leif Hagen said...

Bay views are good! What a lovely building!
Bon weekend, Jose'!

B SQUARED said...

So many details. Wonderful!

Cezar and Léia said...

Old and quite elegant!
God bless you!
Cezar

VP said...

A fine building, I glad to see that it is even well kept.

Kilauea Poetry said...

Can't believe there are so many historic buildings like this..I feel a wee bit cheated! Very nice building and with a view too!

Joan Elizabeth said...

I like the monochrome elegance of it ... not sure the TV dish adds to its beauty though.

Gunn said...

Beautiful buildings and details.... So who is living there? Are there flats or offices??
GOD HELG/ HAVE A NICE WEEKEND!

Jacob said...

An absolutely gorgeous building...the detail work is stunning. And what a view the owners must have!

Wolynski said...

They certainly don't build them like this anymore. Gorgeous.