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This statue represents a tribute to the extinct newspaper sellers on the streets. In the past, the news of the city were spread by word of mouth, announced by these sellers! The sculpture also highlights the points of the post office. Not a must do,...More
Not by any means a must do, but a nice bit of fun.
The statue is located in the corner of Liberdade Square, at the bottom end, and also close to Sao Bento railway station.
The statue depicts an old-fashioned newspaper vendor standing next to...More
Right in the centre of the City, this emotive Statue was rightly receiving much attention as a photo opportunity. Lots of smiles and laughter, perfect on a sunny day and giving a nice momento of a visit. Looking at my pictures, it would have probably...More
Sadly the newspaper vendor statue is no more,I had it as a sight to see and couldn’t work out how I kept missing it. There was a message written in English saying roughly if you can’t respect our culture/heritage then go back to your own...More