This is the cathedral in the town of Batalha.
Getting back on the coach.  We were leaving Batalha.
Statues seen before getting to Fátima.
Lisboa (Lisbon), Portugal - The Royal Palace.
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Inside Fátima.  Left - The area from a distance.  Right - The chapel.  Below left  - Where one can make offerings
by lighting a candle(s).  Below right - A postcard, aerial view of Fátima.
Left - Salamanca as seen from the coach.  Cathedral main building visible.  Right - A street in Salamanca.
Views of Salamanca's Cathedral.
A plaza in Coimbra
Postcard of statues depicting the 3rd apparition.
Tomb of
Vasco da
On our way to Lisboa, we stopped at various towns.  This one is Coimbra.

April 19, 2020 - I began cleaning out my closets a while back since I decided to rent the small room of my apartment  
to a friend.  I had to shift things around which had been stored in the closets to make space.  In so doing, I decided
to get rid of the many photo albums I had stored in the foyer closet.  Damn, I did not know I had that many photo
albums.  Before shredding the photos/postcards and souvenirs, I looked at them and decided to keep a few.
I will post what I saved and scanned on various pages.   Some photos and postcards may be posted on other
pages.  Everything posted will be as scanned without adjusting the photo for color, clarity, etc.  
What you see is what you get.  Watermark will not be added.  No kallaloo here, just simplicity.

Below are the photos/postcards/souvenirs being added.  Keep in mind, some may be duplicates.  

Catedral y Rio Tormes.  
(c) Cervantes-Salamanca
Plaza Mayor.
View of Salamanca.
(c) Jorge L. Rodriguez
My shot looks almost like the postcard above.
Facade of the Puerta de Ramos of the New Cathedral from the
Plaza de Anaya, Salamanca
.  (c) Jorge L. Rodriguez
Coimbra, Portugal.  Partial view of university's stadium  (c) Lifer Porto
Partial view of monastery at night.  (c) A.L. Sequeira
(c?) Can't make out who took the photo.  Print on card too small.
(c) Jorge L. Rodriguez