The people of Lisbon always wanted a bridge to link the two sides of the river. In 1959, Portugal organised an international ... More
April 25 bridge
The people of Lisbon always wanted a bridge to link the two sides of the river. In 1959, Portugal organised an international competition and United States Steel Export won the right to design and build a bridge in the city. Initially called Salazar bridge in 1968, it was renamed the 25 de Abril bridge after the revolution in 1974.
Located in one of Europe's biggest Shopping Centres, this place is one of the better amusing spots to both young
and grown people. If Bowling is one of your favourite sports, you'll like this centre. There's a lot of ...
The Jeronimos Monastery , which is made entirely out of limestone was built to thank God for the safe return
of all those Portuguese explorers who had ventured out on dangerous exploits. You can admire the hand sculptured walls ...
The institution of bullfighting is a great Portuguese tradition. Built in the 19th century, this building is inspired by the
old arena in Madrid. Constructed in a Roman style, it is probably the most expressive neo arab building to ...
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