Pedro Letria
  • E.N.118

    E.N.118 refers to a single road that splits Portugal in two parts, equally spread between north and south. For five months, I combed its 195 kms, looking for things that spoke of place and being, making up for the half of my life that I had spent abroad. These photographs are visual markers in a map drawn from a sense of discovery and the promise of belonging.
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  • Km. 31 Porto Alto05 / 40
  • Km. 32 Samora Correia06 / 40
  • Km. 3707 / 40
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  • Km. 74 Almeirim10 / 40
  • Km. 74 Almeirim11 / 40
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  • Km. 80 Alpiarça13 / 40
  • Km. 81 Alpiarça14 / 40
  • Km. 8415 / 40
  • Km. 98 Chamusca16 / 40
  • Km. 9917 / 40
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  • Km. 107 Carregueira19 / 40
  • Km. 107 Carregueira20 / 40
  • Km. 11621 / 40
  • Km. 118 Constância Sul22 / 40
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  • Km. 134 Rossio ao Sul do Tejo24 / 40
  • Km. 135 Rossio ao Sul do Tejo25 / 40
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  • Km. 139 Pêgo27 / 40
  • Km. 142 Thermo-electric Plant, Pêgo28 / 40
  • Km. 14729 / 40
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  • Km. 149 Alvega31 / 40
  • Km. 149 Alvega32 / 40
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  • Km. 185 Tolosa37 / 40
  • Km. 18838 / 40
  • Km. 194 Alpalhão39 / 40
  • Km. 194 Alpalhão40 / 40