Queuing at the Elevador de Santa Justa

This is our entry in Manja Mexi Moving’s Friendly Friday bricks and tiles.

The Elevador de Santa Justa in Lisbon, Portugal, carries passengers (mostly tourists) from the Baixa district below to the Bairro Alto district above.  The observation deck on top of the elevator gives excellent views of the Baixa district as well as the line of tourists queuing to enter the elevator.  From 45 meters up, the people in the queue seem to copy the pattern in the tile beside them.

For a photo of the Elevador de Santa Justa itself, from which we took the above photo, see our post Elevador de Santa Justa — Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Letter E.  For another view from the top showing tiled rooftops, see our other post at View from Elevador de Santa Justa — Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Week 1 Photo – geometry, bushes, window, brick, etc.

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