This is a convent church in a barroque style. The first stone was laid down in 1711, but the construction was only finished ... More
Menino Deus Church
This is a convent church in a barroque style. The first stone was laid down in 1711, but the construction was only finished in 1737. It's one of the first examples of religious construction from the early days of the 18th century. This church was used by the old religious order of the Franciscanos de Xabregas. Check out the painting by João Nunes de Abreu e Jerónimo Silva on the roof. The church has services on Sundays from 8:30 a.m.
Opened in 1998, in an old bombing water station, the Museum presents over 12,000 pieces giving one an audio visual
insight of the music of old Lisbon. The place has an auditorium, exhibition area, cafeteria, esplanade, and shop. It ...
The Military Museum presents a rich collection of items related to a history that goes back to the foundation of
the Portuguese nation. The exhibitions are specially focused on the most important episodes of Portugal's history. There are also ...
The National Coach Museum or Museu Nacional dos Coches is one of the most popular museums in Lisbon. Museu Nacional
dos Coches is located in the area of Belem, a neighborhood with pretty gardens. The museum is teeming with ...