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Porto Is Giraffe Country

By Gail Aguiar @ImageLegacy

Porto street art (Godmess & Chei Krew)

Porto is giraffe country, thanks to local street artists GODMESS and Chei Krew. C’mon, who doesn’t love giraffes? You will see them popping up in the most unlikely of places here, brightening up drab city walls and lighting up people’s faces once they spot the giraffes.

I usually take photos of street art with my phone and post them to Instagram. For more Porto street art taken with my DSLRs, check out my Pinterest board.

Porto street art (Godmess & Chei Krew)

October 11, 2014
Album: Portugal [Autumn 2014]

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