Earthquakes, Lisbon

85% of the buildings were destroyed

photo by the author

A few weeks ago there was a small earthquake in Lisbon. It was just a bit flutter, felt by almost everyone, but with no material/personal impact.

For me — although, once again, I haven’t felt it — it was another reminder that we’re still waiting for the “big one”.

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Writes about travel, history, conspiracy theories, and ghost stories. Can be found in http://wandererwannabe.com

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Writes about travel, history, conspiracy theories, and ghost stories. Can be found in http://wandererwannabe.com

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