13 May 2007 • 1,198 views
On the steps leading into the Cathedral at Évora are a number of little carvings, almost like mediaeval graffitti. I don't know what any of them mean, but I think they might be StoneMason's marks.
Some of these carvings are on the horizontal surface of the stones, others are on the vertical face of the steps. The one on the lower right here is quite big, which is why I left the hint of a pair of feet in, to give an idea of scale.
The historic centre of Évora is listed as a UNESCO world heritage site
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