Today's full moon is special, as it happens when the Moon is almost at its closest point in its orbit around the Earth, the perigee. This happens only once every 18 years, more or less, and makes it look more than 10% bigger.
Trying to make a nice picture of it, I waited for the Moon to be close to the "25 de Abril" bridge in Lisbon (which resembles the famous Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco) and made several shots.
My tripod gave me a hard time and I couldn't get a crisp image of the scene. Also because of that, the Moon appeared just as a yellow circle in the original image, so I edited it and pasted a reduced size photo of the Moon that I made a few minutes later. Apart from that, the photo is "100% legit" and it looks just as I saw it today. I can tell you that it looked that big, which is a little bigger than usual!
The lit silhouette of the "Cristo-Rei", a statue similar to the "Cristo Redentor" in Rio de Janeiro, is visible at the right.