The central Praca de Republica
square in downtown Tavira.
Decorated Tavira waterfront
park near the Praca de
Republica.
It looks like the decorations are
for a religious festival of some
sort.
The Ponte Romana (Roman bridge)
thought to date from before Roman times.
Reconstructed in the 17th Century.
The Convento do Carmo church
in Tavira.
Inside the Convento do Carmo
Church.
The 17th Century Igreja de
Santiago church built on what
was once the location of the town
square.
The Castelo ruins of Tavira date
from the 17th century but are
built on top of 8th century
Phoenician and later Moorish
walls.
Inside the Castelo ruins is a
garden.
The view down the Rio Gilao to
the Atlantic Ocean.
Some tourists having some
difficulty with the steep stairs and
no handrails.
July 5th, 2012
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