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  1. Torre de Belém
    Monuments
    Torre de Belém
    The harmony and delicate ornamentation of the Tower of Belém suggests a finely cut jewel to all laying eyes on her. However, its contemporaries took a rather different perspective: a formidable and imposing bastion defending the entrance to the (...)

    TEL: +351 21 362 00 34 / 38
    FAX: +351 21 363 91 45
    MAIL: mjeronimos@igespar.pt
    WEBSITE: http://www.torrebelem.pt

  2. Mosteiro dos Jerónimos
    Monuments
    Mosteiro dos Jerónimos
    Built in the 16th century, the Monastery of Jerónimos is an impressive example of Manueline architecture and is a World Heritage site.A small chapel - Saint Mary of Bethlehem - was built on the orders of the Prince Henry on the site of what is now (...)

    TEL: +351 21 362 00 34
    FAX: +351 21 363 91 45
    MAIL: mjeronimos@igespar.pt
    WEBSITE: http://www.mosteirojeronimos.pt

  3. Padrão dos Descobrimentos
    Monuments
    Padrão dos Descobrimentos
    The imposing Monument to the Discoveries stamps its mark on the riverside at Belém. It was designed in 1940 to commemorate the "Exposition of the Portuguese World", promoted by the Salazar government to celebrate the eighth and third centenaries of (...)

    TEL: +351 21 303 19 50
    FAX: +351 21 303 19 50

  4. Fortaleza de Sagres
    Monuments
    Fortaleza de Sagres
    Sagres or the Promontorium Sacrum. This location evokes the memory of the Infante D. Henrique and the Portuguese discoveries. The southwesternmost point in the European continent, was already referred to in antiquity as the Promontorium Sacrum, (...)

    TEL: +351 282 620 140
    FAX: +351 282 620 141
    MAIL: fortaleza.sagres@cultalg.pt
    WEBSITE: www.cultalg.pt

  5. Mosteiro de Alcobaça
    Monuments
    Mosteiro de Alcobaça
    Listed by UNESCO as a World Heritage site, in 1989, this magnificent monastery is one of the finest and most impressive examples of Cistercian architecture in Europe. Although it was built almost 900 years ago, the monastery still preserves the set (...)

    TEL: +351 262 505 120
    FAX: +351 262 505 130
    MAIL: mosteiro.alcobaca@igespar.pt
    WEBSITE: www.mosteiroalcobaca.pt

  6. Castelo de Paderne
    Monuments
    Castelo de Paderne
    Paderne Castle (remains) Paderne Castle was conquered from the Moors in 1248 by D. Paio Peres Correia. It maintained its military functions until 1858, when it was deactivated.It is one of the seven castles represented in the Portuguese (...)

    TEL: +351 289 896 070
    FAX: +351 289 803 633
    MAIL: geral@cultalg.pt
    WEBSITE: www.cultalg.pt

  7. Torre dos Clérigos
    Monuments
    Torre dos Clérigos
    Genuine baroque work by Nicolau Nasoni, an ex-libris monument of the city of Porto.The Church of Clérigos (Ecclesiastics) is a genuine baroque masterpiece dating from the mid-18th century. It was designed by Nicolau Nasoni, an architect of Italian (...)

    TEL: +351 222 001 729

  8. Sé Catedral do Porto
    Monuments
    Sé Catedral do Porto
    Originally built in the 12th century, Porto Cathedral still has the original merlons and twin towers, although the towers are now topped by 18th century additions.It has undergone various alterations over the centuries, the most important additions (...)

    TEL: 226 179 345 - 222 059 028
    FAX: 226 096 276
    MAIL: drn.ippar@ippar.pt

  9. Castelo de São Jorge
    Monuments
    Castelo de São Jorge
    The Castelo de São Jorge is one of Lisbon’s most distinctive monuments, being situated on the city’s highest hill.The oldest known fortification at this spot dates from the 2nd century BC, although some of the remains found here date from as far (...)

    TEL: +351 218 800 620
    FAX: +351 218 875 695
    MAIL: info@castelodesaojorge.pt
    WEBSITE: www.castelodesaojorge.pt; www.egeac.pt

  10. Elevador de Santa Justa
    Monuments
    Elevador de Santa Justa
    Santa Justa Elevator The steep hills on which Lisbon lies bestow the city with an urban rhythm that is part of its charming contrast to other European capitals. However, for the people who spend their lives in the city, climbing up by foot is (...)

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