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BOLHÃO 3 OF 12, EXTRA SMALL | Old Portuguese Stuff

BOLHÃO 3 OF 12, EXTRA SMALL

There are four different sizes of Barracas – let’s call them Large, Medium, Small and Tiny. The medium-sized ones are now covered with so much junk that they are practically impossible to photograph.

The ones above are the latter: one bay wide, they barely accommodate one person inside and are little more than a covered double enfilade of columns.

Mercado do Bolhão, Porto

                                                                                                                                                                                   

Existem quatro tamanhos diferentes de Barracas: para o efeito vamos aqui dividi-las em grandes, médias, pequenas e muito pequenas. As médias estão hoje em dia de tal modo escondidas atrás de tralhas várias que são impossíveis de fotografar.

As que vemos acima são as mais diminutas: têm o espaço mínimo para acomodar uma pessoa, e na verdade são pouco mais que uma colunata dupla coberta.

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