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Rio Tejo (Área da grande Lisboa)

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February 14, 2019
Beautiful River Tagus (Rio Tejo) is unmissable - go have a stroll there on a typically beautiful, sunny day in Lisbon.
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Rui & Sandra
May 27, 2018
Take a walk along the riverside
April 02, 2018
Melhor vista da cidade

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“O “coração do coração de Lisboa”, a Baixa é toda a zona entre a Praça do Comércio e o Rossio, ladeada pela colina do Carmo/Chiado e pela da Mouraria/Castelo. É parte da zona comercial de Lisboa por excelência (tal como o Chiado e Avenida) e, entre muitas outras atracções, aqui encontrará ainda o Museu do Design e da Moda e o Elevador de Santa Justa. The "Heart of the Heart of Lisbon", the Baixa is the whole area between Praça do Comercio and Rossio, flanked by the hill of Carmo/Chiado and the Mouraria/Castelo. It is part of the commercial area of Lisbon par excellence (such as Chiado and Avenida) and, among many other attractions, here you will also find the museum of Design and fashion and the elevator of Santa Justa.”
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“ It is only 2 km from hotel Vila Queirós. The museum and church stand side by side, from the outside they are not impressive but the interior is one of the most stunning churches in the city. The church was commissioned by the Jesuits and designed by Filippo Terzi who also designed the São Vicente Church. As you enter the church you will not know where to look first. Above the nave is a painted wood ceiling and along the sides of the nave are eight chapels with splendid baroque art. The 16th century Jesuit church’s most famed attraction is the Chapel of Saint John created by Luigi Vanvitelli. The chapel was assembled in Rome using the most opulent materials like lapis lazuli, gold and alabaster then it was shipped to Lisbon and reassembled in 1747. The chapel is said to be the world’s most expensive. In the church sacristy are scenes depicting the lives of the Jesuit saints. The church also holds several sacred relics including a thorn from Jesus’ crown of thorns and a piece of wood said to have come from Christ’s crib. Adjacent to the church is a museum, Museu de Arte Sacra or the Museum of Sacred Art. Here you cans see liturgical garments, vestments and religious objects. There are intricately embroidered capes and gold and silver religious object encrusted with jewels. The bronze and silver torch holders are just a few of the highlights. There are also a collection of baroque silver and 16th century paintings. ”
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“ Village Underground is a certificated creative incubator space, a coworking community and a creative events destination. Its unique architectural structure is made from shipping containers and double decker buses, recycled into office spaces, a café and conference room. A landmark in the Lisbon landscape, Village Underground is home to a new creative community.”
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“This place is huge and beautiful. Definitely worth a hike or two. It's about a 1 mile walk or you can get transport there. It's right next to the zoo too.”
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“Beutiful and new museum in Lisbon dedicated to Art, arquitecture and tecnology. Great experience, 100% recommended”
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