THE HALF DECENT FOOTBALL MAGAZINE

5 November ~ There are two possibilities here: either this is a bird's eye view of a particularly notable roundabout in this Portuguese town or a standard facing view of a particularly notable tower-like structure. If we take the first option, perhaps we interpret that the region is famous for being the first in the country to introduce roundabouts that go nowhere except the same way you came in. At the time this was possibly seen as an exciting innovation, meaning one could go for a day trip in the family car, without actually reaching anywhere, thereby saving money and fuel. If we take the other option, the crest appears to commemorate a black and lightless tower. Here, perhaps, a government sentinel is posted, scanning the urban landscape for immoral activity, silent in his task except for Michael Bublé playing at a very low volume. Read more

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