Portugal Lisboa26, Riverside

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26 Lisboa

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The Electricity Museum ( Museu da Electricidade)

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Once a seedy area of Lisbon, the riverside Cais do Sodré district has been reborn as one of the city's coolest, a hub of great clubs, bars, restaurants and original shops

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Praça Duque da Terceira (Cais do Sodré) Portuguese military officer, statesman and a leader of the Constitutionalist side in the Liberal Wars, as well as a Prime Minister of Portugal

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Praça Duque da Terceira (Cais do Sodré)

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Praça Duque da Terceira

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Calcada Praça Duque da Terceira (Cais do Sodré)

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Praça Europa Gare Cais do Sodre

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Rua do Arsenal

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Praça do Município

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Praça do Município Lisbon City Hall and the old pillory in the Center of the Square

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Praça do Município the old pillory

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Praça do Município Calçada portuguesa by Eduardo Nery (1938-2013)

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Praça do Comércio (Terreiro do Paço)

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Praça do Comércio (Terreiro do Paço)

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Praça do Comércio Lisbon aerial view by Tiago Sacramento (aguarela 2012)

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Praça do Comércio Statue of King José I, by Machado de Castro (1775)

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Praça do Comércio   Arco da Rua Augusta, was designed by Veríssimo da Costa

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The Rua Augusta Arch built to commemorate the city's reconstruction after the 1755 earthquake

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 Statue of Marquis of Pombal

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Statues of Glory, Ingenuity and Valor (by the French sculptor Calmels) 

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Church of Nossa Senhora da Conceição Velha (Rua da Alfândega)

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Church of Nossa Senhora da Conceição Velha

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Rua dos Bacalhoeiros, Alfama 

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Campo das Cebolas Casa dos Bicos

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Cathedral & Campo das Cebolas

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Paineira rosa (Ceiba speciosa)

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Paineira rosa (Ceiba speciosa) Exemplar monumental no Campo das Cebolas

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The pincushion facade of Casa dos Bicos, the eccentric 16th-century abode of Afonso de Albuquerque, former viceroy to India, grabs your attention with 1125 diamond-shape spikes (bicos). The casa houses a small museum dedicated to José Saramago (1922–2010), Portugal's most famous writer; and a newly added ground-floor excavation of Roman ruins

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Casa dos Bicos is one of the very few buildings that survived the 1755 earthquake.  Its interior is occupied by the Saramago Foundation, a space dedicated to the Nobel Prize-winning Portuguese writer. It hosts special literary events and contains the author's library. Stop in the bookstore to pick up one of his works, and don't miss the olive tree planted out front, taken from his birthplace, Azinhaga. Below the tree are the ashes of the great writer

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Alfama Palacete Chafariz d'El Rei

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The neo-Moorish palace, Palacete Chafariz d'El Rei

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This elegant hotel was once a 19th-century aristocratic family home. Located in Lisbon’s historic centre, it features stained-glass windows and antique furniture, and a terrace overlooking the Tagus River

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The constructuion of the new Lisnon's Cruise Terminal began in October 2015 and will be completed by the end of 2017. The new terminal will be a contemporary interpretation of Lisbon’s vibrant lifestyle. With an approximate covered area of 13,800 m2, it will host both authorities as well as tourist services, shops and catering services for the comfort of all visitors, passengers and crew Av. Infante Dom Henrique

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Santa Apolonia is central Lisbon's main train station

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Monument to portuguese emigrants by Maria das Dores Caldeira Castel-Branco (1936 - 1996). Bronze sculptural group showing a family with a suitcase. The statue stands in front of Sta. Apolónia Station, where many emigrants left for Europe

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Despite its beautiful setting and being the oldest museum in town, this remains one of Lisbon's least-visited attractions

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The Military Museum in Lisbon

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The Military Museum in Lisbon

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Calçada da Cruz da Pedra

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Calçada da Cruz da Pedra, Casa Pia, Colégio D. Maria Pia

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Museu Nacional do Azulejo (National Tile Museum) Its collection is the only of its kind in the world, and contains a splendid array of tiles from as early as the 15th century along with displays on how they're made. It is housed in the monastic buildings of the Madre de Deus Convent, which after renovation following the Great Earthquake had its interior turned into one of the most magnificent in the city

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Museu Nacional do Azulejo (National Tile Museum) Madre de Deus Convent

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Jorge Barradas Painel de azulejos Os Reis Magos 1945 National Tile Museum Madre de Deus Convent

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Portuguese Pavement stone white pedra Rua de Xabregas The calçada portuguesa is made of small square stones, usually limestone

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Edifício Abel Pereira da Fonseca, Marvila

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Edifício Abel Pereira da Fonseca Urban sketch

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Edifício Abel Pereira da Fonseca Praça David Leandro da Silva

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Monument by José de Guimarães Praça 25 de Abril

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The work Lisbon (a tribute to the builders of the city) by José de Guimarães (1999) The descending towards the water has also as a consequence that, in the beginning of the axe, the sculpture and the water are at the level of the eyes. As we descend, the sculpture, that represents a seated woman, goes up, relatively to the horizon line, until in a certain point where she is "seated" on the water

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Monument by José de Guimarães (Portugal, 1939) Praça 25 de Abril

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Sound : Joana Amendoeira - Eu Quis Demais; O Que é Que eu Digo à Saudade Text: Internet Pictures: Sanda Foi ş oreanu Internet All  copyrights  belong to their  respective owners Presentation : Sanda Foi ş oreanu https://plus.google.com/+SandaMichaela 2017

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