The Portuguese Convent

The Convent of Christ in Tomar, Portugal is one of the finest examples of Portuguese architecture, built up over the centuries but with its and the city’s origins going back to the Knights Templar and the Crusades that took place in the Iberian Peninsula in the early 12th century.

I decided to approach this subject by trying to give a view of the Convent from unusual perspectives so as to tell a story when the images came together. I leave you to decide if I was successful, comments welcome!

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