Fado Vadio graffiti mural in the Escadinhas de Sao Cristovao, Alfama, Lisbon, Portugal. The mural celebrates traditional fado folk music, which originated from here. It was created by the Movimento dos Amigos de Sao Cristovao, a local community group, which worked with artists to create the graffiti mural. The work contains portraits of fado singers such as Maria Severa and Fernando Mauricio, song lyrics and views of the neighbourhood. Picture by Manuel Cohen

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Fado Vadio graffiti mural in the Escadinhas de Sao Cristovao, Alfama, Lisbon, Portugal. The mural celebrates traditional fado folk music, which originated from here. It was created by the Movimento dos Amigos de Sao Cristovao, a local community group, which worked with artists to create the graffiti mural. The work contains portraits of fado singers such as Maria Severa and Fernando Mauricio, song lyrics and views of the neighbourhood. Picture by Manuel Cohen

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