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Sightseeing i Lissabon

Slott
“(Historical monument) São Jorge Castle and the Christian Conquest to the Moors: We know now that the wellknown history of Martim Moniz who was stucked in the door of the Castle is just a legend. Cruzaders had to report heroic efforts during the Christian conquest, when they were camping during 4 months until the moors left because of starvation. In fact, Lisbon was not liberated throught fighting and guns, even at that time. History showed that the mossanas were pacific people. Jews and Christians only had to pay an extra tax, but they use to work in the government and they did not suffered of starvation. They have been even more mistreated after the conquest, by the Christians. The mystic was only built to justify the need of conquest and the purpose was only to obtain recognition.”
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Monument / sevärdhet
“Belém Tower was first built to defend Lisbon. Years later, it was transformed into a lighthouse and customs center.”
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Utsiktspunkt
“"The Elevador de Santa Justa is a 19th century lift that transports passengers up the steep hill from the Baixa district to the Largo do Carmo and the ruins of the Carmo church." Vertical lift built by the Architec Raoul Mesnier du Ponsard, with a cast iron structure, enriched with filigrana details, buid on 1902 Hours of Operation: 07:00h - 21:45h”
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Monument / sevärdhet
“Sculptural. Discover all the explorers, authors and historical figures represented in the Monument to the Discoveries.”
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Historisk plats
“Once home to the royal family, it's a palace turned museum whose rooms still preserve the original layout and decoration.”
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Museum
“The related​ architecture of our Ocean Epopeia (Exploration on the XV th century) ”
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Slott
“Another typical neighborhood that grows in the hills of Lisbon, full of narrow streets and secrets to discover”
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Historisk plats
“This is part of the circuit of the Water museum. You should visit the galleries”
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Torg
“Allow yourself to experience a day walking downtown in Rossio. The experience should start from the train station to the many museums and concert houses.”
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History Museum
“This is a really neat and great museum, with a wondrous collection of armory from a wide span of centuries, and stunning, beautiful celings and art work everywhere. A must see!”
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Monument / sevärdhet
“Torre de Belem as it is a symbol of the portuguese conquests of the seas. It was built in the XV century as a defense post.”
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Kyrka
“This beautiful church houses the remains of Marquês de Pombal's body, the marquis that helped rebuild Lisbon after the quake hit in the 18th century.”
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Torg
“Famous for the 2 columns, celebrating the departure of the portuguese manowars towards the unknown, in the 15th century. Amazing place for an ice-cream or just sight seeing.”
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Historisk plats
“Located in the center of Alfama, this church always has tourists passing by, but almost no one goes inside to admire the beautiful interior.”
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Historisk plats
“The castle is worth visiting by force of the fact that, next to the Tile Museum, it is one of the best places where splendid tile panels (inside and outside the castle, the garden included, rendering religious episodes, battlefield sets and hunting scenes) can be admired in Lisbon. The edifice is located in Benfica and while surrounded by an exquisitely landscaped garden, it is an oasis of greenery and tranquility. The palace was built in 1640 for the first Marquis of Fronteira, Dom Joao de Mascarenhas (bestowed with the title of Marquis of Fronteira for his allegiance to King Pedro II of Portugal), in order to serve as hunting pavilion. At present, the oldest part of the castle complex refers to a 16th century chapel, but inside the castle, visitors can admire the stunning Battle Room (which stands out by the splendid tile panels due to which the room has been dubbed the Sistine Chapel of Tile Panels), as well as the Dining Room (with highlights like the paintings signed by Domingos Antonio de Sequeira). Outside the castle, visitors can search out the carefully arranged garden, which fills a surface of some 5.5 hectares, offering the spectacular scenery of the ingeniously cut hedges, tile panels and a statuary where sculptural works rendering the Kings of Portugal (chiefly, busts) are displayed. Given, as said, the castle is private property, only guided visits are available. ”
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Torg
“This square was use for roman circus with gladiators. It is an open space and it was the first area of Lisbon to be cobbled, as ordered by the King D.Manuel I. For a long time, we believed that the statue of the King D. Pedro IV in the middle of the Rossio Square was the statue of the mexican emperor Maximiliano. People use to say that the 2 statues were switched by mistake and that the real statue was sent to Mexico. But recently, the last analyses revealed that the statue has the look of our King and the Portuguese crest with the History of Portugal. See also Figueira Square (near) This square was not supposed to be a square and should have been rebuilt. The market use to use this location and the Hospital “Todos os Santos” (All Saints).”
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