National Geographic : 1938 Feb
LIKE MAN-MADE PALISADES, PORTO, THE WINE CITY, CLIMBS THE SIDES OF THE DOURO'S ROCKY GORGE In its suburb of Vila Nova de Gaia, on the left bank, are the wine lodges where port is stored before it is shipped (page 148). Much ofthetrade ishandled by British firms which have been in business here more than two centuries. Near the end of the double-decked bridge stand Porto's 560-year-old city walls (right). Beyond rise the two towers of the Cathedral and the isolated Tower of the Clergy, a familiar landmark to travelers arrivingbysea atthemouth oftheDouro.