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Igreja de São Domingos

Trace this national monument's tumultuous history and learn about Lisbon's natural disasters, which rocked the foundations of this church in both 1531 and 1755.

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Rossio Square
One of Lisbon's main squares since the Middle Ages, Rossio was destroyed and reconstructed after the great 1755 earthquake.
Baixa Pombalina
A particularly elegant district of Lisbon, the Lower Town was among the world's first earthquake-resistant constructions.
Santa Justa Lift
This urban elevator from 1902 connects the lower street of Baixa with Carmo Square.
Rossio (praça dom Pedro IV)
Commence your tour at the Pedro IV Square in the city of Lisbon.
Rossio Train Station
A monumental train station with horseshoe arched doorways built under the early 16th-century Neo-Manueline style is a must-see in the city.
Figueira Square
Placed in the re-urbanised area of Lisbon Baixa, Figueira Square is today one of the main hubs of the city's transport system.

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