Architecture, monuments, and structures, Lisbon
Favorite thing: ...The Park Eduardo VII ends at Plaza Marques Pombal where there was the nearest metro station (Rotunda) that we used to get to the centrum.
THE AQUEDUTO das ÁGUA LIVRES
It is 940 meters long and crosses the west part of Lisbon. The first water run through it in 1748...
Terreiro do Paço. Old center of Lisbon Government.
From there you can walk to Rossio crossing the 'Augusta Street'. (Lisbon Downtown).
Since 1966 Portugal´s nacional pantheon has been located in the Igreja de Santa Engrácia, a baroque octagonal building.
Favorite thing: Right below the 'Sé' is the 'House of the Pointed Stones,' built in the 1500's. It is quite interesting!
Favorite thing: Behind the triumphal arch is a pedestrian street filled with outdoor cafes and stores, which gets filled with people during the day.
Favorite thing: You can see the '25 of Abril Bridge'; I don't remember well, but I think it's one of the most long bridge of Europe, it join the two zone of Lisbon divided by Rio Tajo.