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Lisbonandco Jun 18
Vasco da Gama was a very important explorer and it was the first european to reach India by sea. Thus, the name of longest bridge in Europe (12.3 kilometres): Vasco da Gama Bridge.
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Ricardo Felix Jun 17
This Is Rossio Square 😎
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Olisipo Photography Jun 12
Old Convent of Penha de França, the church was built in 1597, designed by the architect Teodósio Frias. In 1604 the convent was added. Some changes were made in 1785
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portugal 2m
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Sonia Colpo 55m
💦💦💦💦💦💦💦💦💦💦💦💦💦💦 lovely friends ☀️🌴🌊
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Cook & Corks 2h
The Vasco da Gama bridge is the longest bridge in Europe, measuring 17 kilometres from end to end
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Cook & Corks 6h
No surprise that there are so many beaches, swimming pools and parks to visit.
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Cook & Corks 8h
The sweet custard tart is reproduced throughout the city
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Cook & Corks 11h
The city even has tours dedicated to street art and graffiti .
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Cook & Corks 22h
Just a few minutes from Lisbon are the 15 km of beaches at Costa da Caparica.
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Fernand Naudin Jun 19
THE BIGGEST COMPANY OF SHIT OF THE WORLD ❗️ TP437 : delayed 1 hour ❗️Always delayed!!!
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Cook & Corks Jun 18
The Church of Santa Engrácia entered the Guinness World Records as the longest construction time of any church.
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Cook & Corks Jun 18
The National Azulejo Museum displays 5 centuries of decorative ceramic tiles.
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M Fragoso Jun 17
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Cook & Corks Jun 16
José da Costa e Silva was the . Originally from Vila Franca de Xira ( city county 20 miles to north of Lisbon ), worked mainly in Portugal and Brasil.
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Olisipo Photography Jun 15
Beco da Maria Luísa has, in these days, approximatly 153 "becos". The"Beco" is a narrow and short street, many times with no exit.
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27 Lisboa Jun 15
I’m cute, eco friendly, made sustainably. I need new friends to play with and help reforestation. Find me at or at our Lisbon shop rua Poço dos negros, 19 to meet all my little cute friends.
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Olisipo Photography Jun 15
, it will keep you awake for a long time. The word BICA is used mainly in . Some say it derives from the first letters of the phrase "Beba Isto Com Açúcar", translated comes to "Drink This With Sugar" 😉
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Lisbonandco Jun 15
The Queen of the Lisboa's Festivities in the Summer: the Sardine! Grilled and on top of a slice of bread. And yes, eaten with your hands, while you walk around the traditional neighbourhoods.
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Cook & Corks Jun 14
Writers such as Eça de Queiroz and Fernando Pessoa used to be seen in some of the coffee-shops.
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