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Celia Lora shares more images from her trip to Portugal

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Celia Lora shares more images from her trip to Portugal

Mexican model, Celia Lora, has continued sharing more images from her trip to Portugal, showcasing the various sites and artworks she was exposed to.

On Tuesday, 15 October 2019, Celia Lora shared the first image from her trip to the capital of Portugal, Lisbon. In the image she shared, she was standing in front of the monumental Belém Tower, which was used as a fortress and a ceremonial gateway into Lisbon. Celia shared a series of images of the building from various angles, offering her followers an experiential sense of the building.

On the same day, she posted images from two other local tourist hotspots that she visited on the day. The second site she shared on her Instagram page was a graffiti wall from the LX Factory. The image featured a face of a man surrounded by nature, designed in the colour scheme of blue, white and black.

The last image she shared from that day was of her posing at the Santa Luzia Gardens, or as Celia captioned, in the location also known as the Júlio de Castilho Garden. On the same day, she also visited the Church of Saint Anthony of Lisbon, which she only posted about the following day on Wednesday, 16 October 2019. The last monumental image she shared was of her at the Amália Rodrigues Garden in Lisbon.

One of the last set of images that Celia shared from trip included various art pieces from inside the MAAT Viewpoint, which is the Museum of Art, Architecture and Technology and the National Geographic Photography gallery. Celia shared three different art pieces from inside the art gallery, including one of a post-modern inspired piece of a Chanel perfume bottle.

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🇵🇹 🌉 #lisboa #portugal

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🇵🇹 #jardimamaliarodrigues #portugal #lisboa

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