In this photo taken Dec. 21 2012, a women crossing the street is reflected on the window of a women's wear traditional shop in Lisbon's Baixa neighborhood. The downtown district, called the Baixa, was rebuilt after the 1755 quake in what for Portugal is a rare gridiron pattern. Many old-fashioned stores, as well as modern international chains, line the streets. (AP Photo/Armando Franca)

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In this photo taken Dec. 21 2012, a women crossing the street is reflected on the window of a women's wear traditional shop in Lisbon's Baixa neighborhood. The downtown district, called the Baixa, was rebuilt after the 1755 quake in what for Portugal is a rare gridiron pattern. Many old-fashioned stores, as well as modern international chains, line the streets. (AP Photo/Armando Franca)
In this photo taken Dec. 21 2012, a women crossing the street is reflected on the window of a women's wear traditional shop in Lisbon's Baixa neighborhood. The downtown district, called the Baixa, was rebuilt after the 1755 quake in what for Portugal is a rare gridiron pattern. Many old-fashioned stores, as well as modern international chains, line the streets. (AP Photo/Armando Franca)
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