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Porto, also known as Oporto, is a coastal city in northwest Portugal known for its stately bridges and port wine production. The city's 2,000-year-old settlement has resulted in Porto's stunning blend of architectural styles, from medieval relics like the Sé Cathedral to modernist masterpieces. UNESCO recognizes the historic center of Porto as a World Heritage Site. The city's most famous product, port wine, is cellared in the vast lodges that line the southern bank of the Douro River. The culturally vibrant and picturesque Ribeira district is a maze of narrow, cobbled streets with cafes and bars playing traditional Fado music.


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Porto Cathedral

A Romanesque cathedral from the 12th century that dominates the city skyline. The cathedral is known for its beautiful interior, which includes a rose window and a cloister.

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Porto-Sao Bento Station

Porto-São Bento Station is a railway station located in Praça de Almeida Garrett, in the city of Porto, Portugal, this station is especially known for its tile panels.

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The historic district of Porto, located on the banks of the Douro River. It is made up of narrow and winding streets, old houses, and colorful buildings. Ribeira is a popular place to walk, eat, and drink.

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Porto is the third most populous municipality in Portugal, after Lisbon and the neighboring Vila Nova de Gaia, something that most people do not know. Porto is an ancient city, with a vast historical heritage, although it has undergone extensive modernization in recent decades. Its historic center was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1996.

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Luis I Bridge

A two-story bridge that crosses the Douro River and offers impressive views of the city. It was built in the 19th century and is one of Porto's most iconic landmarks.

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Clerics' Tower

The Clérigos Tower, along with the church, forms the architectural complex of the Church and Clérigos Tower and is located in the old town of the city. Made of granite, the height of the tower exceeds 75 meters, which can be climbed thanks to the interior staircase of more than 240 steps.

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Chapel of the Souls

The Chapel of Souls or Chapel of Saint Catherine is a chapel located in the parish of San Ildefonso, in the city of Porto, in Portugal. The chapel originates from an old wooden chapel erected in praise of Saint Catherine.

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