Wet day at Praça da República in the City of Tomar

This was a wet day in October 2010, at Praça da República in Tomar. I remember that it rained a lot all over the country, which meant that autumn was around the corner, and it wouldn’t be long before the leaves started falling down from the trees. In the photos below you can see old houses, part of the church of São João Baptista and the building of the Town Council of Tomar. At the time it wasn’t exactly raining but people were carrying umbrellas and the ground tiles and cobblestones were really wet.

Wet day at Praça da República in the City of Tomar in Portugal

Wet day at Praça da República in the City of Tomar in Portugal. Those flags are from the town and the red crosses are symbols of the Knights Templar, which in the long past lived in the Castle of Tomar

 

Rainy day at Praça da República in Tomar, Portugal

Another view of the wet day at Praça da República in Tomar. On the left is the Church of São João Baptista and ahead is Rua Infantaria Quinze an old narrow street in Tomar

 

Wet cobblestones at Praça da República in the City of Tomar in Portugal

This are wet cobblestones at Praça da República. The building in front me is the Town Council of Tomar and behind it on the hills is the Castle of the Knights Templar

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