This view of downtown Porto was taken from the upper deck of the
Ponte de Dom Luis I, which is reserved for Metro trains and pedestrians. (You
can see the edge of the bridge and a structure for the Metro's overhead electric
cables at the right side of the picture.) The lower deck, just above the river,
is shared by cars and pedestrians.
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