Windows and doors at Avenida Cândido Madureira in Tomar

When I left the Forest of the Seven Hills in Tomar, I walked down Avenida Cândido Madureira taking photos, and among the photo subjects were windows and doors. This avenue in Tomar is where I lived from 6 to almost 9 years old in the 60’s, so I am familiar with this area. In the first photo, the building in the middle with those black plaques is where two of my aunt-grannies used to live. They both passed away in the mid 70’s. The second photo is from the old hospital of Tomar and the third are photos of protected windows with frames, not far from the statue of Henry the Navigator.

Windows and doors at Avenida Cândido Madureira in the City of Tomar

Photo of windows and doors in houses at Avenida Cândido Madureira in Tomar. Those two windows with black plaques near each other, are familiar to me. My aunt-grannies lived in that apartment. Now they are lawyer offices

 

Windows and entrance of the old hospital of the City of Tomar

These are windows and main entrance of the old hospital of Tomar at Avenida Avenida Cândido Madureira. Now there is a more modern and bigger hospital in the City of Tomar, built on the other side of Nabão River

 

Widows with frames at Avenida Cândido Madureira in the City of Tomar

Windows protected with a frame made of iron or steel. I suppose the rooms inside are partially underground, judging by the position of these windows at this building in Avenida Cândido Madureira

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