I Photograph Historical Storefronts In Lisbon To Reveal The Story Of City Rarely Seen By Tourists

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After the success of Paris re-tale project, Pixartprinting called me again to explore the beauty of the historical shops in the city of Lisbon. The last November 14th we landed in the city of the seven hills to meet thirty lovers of the Lisbon tradition: thirty historical shops, their facades and their owners.

We chose Lisbon as the last city of the re-tale series because of its light, for the wonderful energy that its people transmit and for its nostalgic architecture that can make you feel in a different period of the history.

Lisbon, solar city, land of labyrinthine streets where the colors of the clothes in the balconies are mixed by those of the tiles in the walls of the buildings giving a very picturesque image. Old trains that go up the hills, people smiling, talking with foreigners, shaking hands with energy.

We have discovered stories that are worth being written. For this reason, we would like to leave an evidence of the good practices and the tradition of many people. As well we will talk about the satisfaction and sense of belonging to a place that today shines in the international landscape.

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#1 Lubelia Marques, Manager For Portugal Of The Jewelry Company Tous, At The Door Of The Brand’s Local Flagship Store

I Photograph Historical Storefronts In Lisbon To Reveal The Story Of City Rarely Seen By Tourists

#2 Alfredo Sampaio Sees The Many Stories That Are Linked With His Jewelry Shop

I Photograph Historical Storefronts In Lisbon To Reveal The Story Of City Rarely Seen By Tourists

#3 Joáo Silva, One Of The Owners Of Lisbon’s Most Famous Coffeehouse

I Photograph Historical Storefronts In Lisbon To Reveal The Story Of City Rarely Seen By Tourists

#4 Miguel Clarinha Runs What’s More Than A Shop – It’s A City Landmark

I Photograph Historical Storefronts In Lisbon To Reveal The Story Of City Rarely Seen By Tourists

#5 Manager José Antonio Almeida Poses At The Entrance Of His Business

I Photograph Historical Storefronts In Lisbon To Reveal The Story Of City Rarely Seen By Tourists

#6 Rui Viana Is The Owner Of Lisbon’s Storied Pastry Shop

I Photograph Historical Storefronts In Lisbon To Reveal The Story Of City Rarely Seen By Tourists

#7 Life Is A Work Of Art For José Manuel Fragueiro Dominguez, Stationery Store Owner

I Photograph Historical Storefronts In Lisbon To Reveal The Story Of City Rarely Seen By Tourists

#8 Cládia Marques And Her Grandfather Alfredo Teixeira Welcome Visitors Into Their Men’s Clothing Store

I Photograph Historical Storefronts In Lisbon To Reveal The Story Of City Rarely Seen By Tourists

#9 José Branco At His Gorgeous Food Emporium

I Photograph Historical Storefronts In Lisbon To Reveal The Story Of City Rarely Seen By Tourists

#10 Ana Silva Manages The 76-Year-Old Shop For Hats And Leather Goods

I Photograph Historical Storefronts In Lisbon To Reveal The Story Of City Rarely Seen By Tourists

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