So sad when history is destroyed so violently. Beautiful photos. Diane
There is a Frida Kahlo exhibition coming to Phoenix this month too! That should be great. And still earthquakes are taking a toll across this planet. It's a frightening thought because once one hits, there is really no way to escape it.
What a fascinating post. And I've always been fascinated by the fascination with the dead. What an event way back in 1755 on All Saints Day. Love the photos, especially that 2nd one!
It's so strange that the big earthquake happened on All Saints Day!I love the fact that the Convent was never rebuilt so we can see the damage done by the earthquake!
A fascinating, but frightening post, Jose!! Thanks for the articles web address!
I had no idea that such an event had occurred in Lisbon! That Smithsonian video really tells the story.
What an event! Spooky.
Quite an anniversary. The convent ruin really stands out to me.
Hard to fathom how fast an entire city can be destroyed in such a disaster.Love the Frida Kahlo display.
The display in the top image is wildly colorful. Love the display. Lisbon has recovered very well from the enormous earthquake.
What a contrast - but both still persevere! Lovely shots.
What a sad reminder of this day. The good thing is that you have rebuilt and Lisbon is one of the most beautiful cities in the world.
I had no idea All Saints Day held such bad memories for Portugal. I do love Day of the Dead celebrations.
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Wonderful perspective in second shot José, it would have been a horrific day, as Jack said, Lisbon has recovered beautifully but I too am glad there are some reminders of that fateful day!
What a coincidence (or "fate") that the earthquake came on All Saints.
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