The aldeia do Meco is filled with some really old street art. Along the boundary of the village is a wall that over the years has been used by a variety of artists.
Some is an early attempt at modern Street Art typography, other work is best described as graffiti — slogans coarsely sprayed onto the wall. In some instances the sun has weathered the paint to near invisibility.
Tagged onto an EDP building is a nicely preserved piece by Dalaiama, and a nice example of a cover, where someone has painted over another piece — in this case the stencil of a politician.
For more examples from this wall, see the link here