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Pass By: Monument to the Restorers, Praca dos Restauradores, Lisbon Portugal
The square is characterized by the high obelisk, 30 meters high, called “Monumento dos Restauradores” and was inaugurated on April 28, 1886, celebrating the liberation of the country from the Spanish rule on December 1st, 1640. The bronze figures of the pedestal represent the victory, with a palm and a crown, and Liberty.
Pass By: Avenida da Liberdade, Lisbon Portugal
Avenida da Liberdade is one of the main avenues of the city of Lisbon, which connects Restauradores Square to Marquês de Pombal Square.
Pass By: Estatua do Marques de Pombal, Estacao de Metro do Marques de Pombal Praca Marques de Pombal, Lisbon 1250-161 Portugal
Marquês de Pombal, was born in 1699 and was responsible for major architectural changes in the city of Lisbon.
Pass By: Rossio Square, Lisbon 1100-026 Portugal
Rossio Square is one of the oldest and most beautiful squares in Lisbon. For more than six centuries it has
been the scene of several important events in the history of Lisbon.
Pass By: Praca do Comercio (Terreiro do Paco), Avenida Infante Dom Henrique 1C, Lisbon 1100-053 Portugal
Praça do Comércio, also known as “Terreiro do Paço”, is one of the largest squares in Europe with about 36,000 m2 (180m x 200m).
Pass By: Relogio do Cais do Sodre, Cais do Sodre 46, Lisbon 1200-450 Portugal
The designations of “Cais do Sodré” and “Praça dos Remolares” were common for a long time, before the statue of the Duke of Terceira was built in 1877.
Known as “remolares”, because it was in the past, a place for workers carpenters of oars, denominated of tugboats. In 1906, the “Regulador” clock was built, which for many years, marked the legal hour of Lisbon.
Pass By: Mercado da Ribeira, Av. 24 de Julho, 1200, Lisbon 1200-481 Portugal
Lisbon was always a city of merchants. In the streets, a little of everything could be bought from street vendors. With the discoveries, in the sixteenth century, and the rise of merchants, there began to be a concern to rearrange the city and place the merchants in specific places. Thus, “Ribeira Velha” Market was born, which was located in front of the “Casa dos Bicos”.
Pass By: Santuario Nacional de Cristo Rei, Praceta do Cristo Rei 27A Não é localizado em Lisboa e sim em Almada, Almada 2800-058 Portugal
The statue of Christ the Redeemer, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, inspired, in 1934, during a visit to that city by the Cardinal-Patriarch of Lisbon, Mons. Manuel Gonçalves Cerejeira, to build a similar monument in Lisbon.
Pass By: 25 de Abril Bridge, Praca 25 de Abril Almada, Lisbon 1950-358 Portugal
The “25 de Abril” Bridge is a suspension bridge on the Tagus River “Rio Tejo” that connects the city of Lisbon (north bank) to the city of Almada (south bank).
The bridge crosses the Tagus River “Rio Tejo” in the final and narrowest part - the “Tejo” bottleneck.
The project of this bridge is similar to the Golden Gate bridge in San Francisco (USA) and was structurally conceived ahead of its time, with the calculations made to, later on, support the addition of the train that exists today.
Pass By: Cordoaria Nacional, Rua da Junqueira 342, Lisbon 1300-340 Portugal
The National Factory of “Cordoaria” or “Cordoaria Nacional” constituted a factory establishment of the Portuguese Navy.
The “Cordoaria” made cables, sisal ropes, sails and flags that equipped the Portuguese ships.
The building, built-in 1771, is currently a national monument.
Pass By: MAAT - Museum of Art, Architecture and Technology, Avenida Brasilia Central Tejo, Lisbon 1300-598 Portugal
The Museum of Art, Architecture and Technology (MAAT) is the contemporary art museum in Lisbon. This project was thought in a way that highlights the river faced facade, in detriment of the back portion of the building which was meant to merge with the urban space. It’s one of the most important architectural pieces of the last years in the city’s riverside.
Pass By: Museu da Eletricidade, Edificio Central Tejo - Avenida Brasilia, Lisbon 1300-598 Portugal
Originally known as the “Tejo Central”, it was built between 1908 and 1951 and during this period
it was able to see several stages of expansion. Its structure follows the type of western iron architecture with bricklaying, which configures and decorates the structure sides in artistic styles that range from new art to classicism.
Pass By: Palacio de Belem, Praca Afonso de Albuquerque 1349-022, Lisbon 1300-004 Portugal
In 1912, already after the proclamation of the republic, the Palace of Belém was designated official residence of the President of the Republic. The presidents of the First Republic had, however, to pay income to the State to reside in the Palace (not to be accused of enjoying the privileges attributed to the previous regime).
Pass By: Mosteiro dos Jeronimos, Praca do Imperio Belém, Lisbon 1400-206 Portugal
The Monastery is a cultural landmark that has not escaped even artists, chroniclers or travelers during its five centuries of existence. It was the reception and burial of kings, later poets.
Pass By: Centro Cultural de Belem - CCB, Praca Imperio, Belem 1449-003 Portugal
Its definitive project was decided at the beginning of 1988. After receiving the presidency of the European Union, it was transformed into a cultural and conference center in 1993, emphasizing in its program music, theatrical arts, and photography.
Pass By: Torre de Belem, Avenida Brasilia - Belem, Lisbon 1400-038 Portugal
The Tour de Belém, officially Torre de São Vicente, is located, where Belém beach once existed, was originally surrounded by the waters around its perimeter. Over the centuries it was surrounded by the beach, until it was incorporated today on the mainland.
Pass By: Padrao dos Descobrimentos Avenida Brasilia Belem, Lisbon 1400-038 Portugal
The monument was built on the occasion of the Portuguese World Exhibition in 1940.
Designed by Cottinelli Telmo as a tribute to the Infante D. Henrique, becoming the Monument of the Discoveries, celebrating not only the Infante but also his collaborators and followers.