love the detail in each of these, jm.
le panoramique est magnifique, mais je prefere la premiere photo, de quoi en effet avoir le vertige, surtout ne pas regarder en bas
Great shot of the spiral staircase...they're not easy to photograph. I enjoy the rooftop view, too!
What a magnificent view JM, but you're right about the vertigo!
A very appropriate title, this is dizzying!
The structure is very interesting but wow the view of the city from this place is fabulous!Léia
Ha Ha cutting down on your blogs so you can do a better job of them. I hadn't noticed the quality dropping off! This is the kind of place that would scare the pants of my husband.
Oh my, I think that climb would give me vertigo for sure.
Fantastic captures and vertigo indeed! Wow! I got dizzy looking at your photo! I can only imagine what it would be like to be there!! Hope your week is going well, JM!Sylvia
Lindo. Já está na lista para quando ai estiver. Utilizarei o teu blog como guia de viagem.
What a beautiful ironwork, and the view is breathtaking!
Wow these pictures impressed me, well done!
The view makes the climb worth while! What an unusual structure.
In Portugal, it seems that even utilitarian structures like this are ornate.
I love the view looking down on the staircase. Just lovely!
Great pictures, impossible to forgot that towering structure...
WHeeeeeeeee, I"m a little dizzy but not too much to say how great this shot is. Love the lacy details of the ironwork too.V
What a view! I see a hundred places I want to go to.
i just love it :)
I'm glad you lived to post this staircase. Oi veh!
Já lá tive diversas vezes, mas nunca no andar mais superior, as minhas vertigens não deixaram, loooolGostei especialmente da primeira foto
What an interesting structure! I've climbed quite a few stairs like this, and it's always worth while when the view is splendid.
Oh my gosh! I bet you DID get dizzy photographing this.
did you count how many steps there are to the spiral stairs?
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