This convent was founded in 1389 and its construction was completed in 1423. It was destroyed by the earthquake of 1755. Now it houses an archaeological museum
You can see part of it from Rossio.
Favorite thing: Sè means "cathedral". This is one of the oldest building in Portugal. It was built in the second half of the 12th century on the top of a mosque.
from the top of the city, this part mix chiado and barrio alto.
to down the way until the river tejo (tajo in spanish)
...I was told, that it´s 'a late-Romanesque style with Gothic, Mannerist, Baroque, neo-Romanesque and neo-Gothic elements'.
Unique then, must I say.
Basílica da Estrela
This eighteenth century Neo-classical church has two bell towers and great masonry work. The paintings by Pompeu Botoni and Pedro Alexandrino are worth seeing.
Favorite thing: The Santa Engracia Church is seen from Alfama and is also the National Pantheon, housing cenotaphs of heroes of Portuguese history. You can also take an elevator up to the dome for views of the area.
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