The Memorial Church, classified as a national monument, is located in Ajuda, Lisbon. A beautiful neoclassical church with baroque decorations. The main facade of the church is crowned with a triangular pediment. Work on its construction began around May 1760, and the first ceremony was celebrated on September 3, 1760. Its white dome, although smaller in size, is reminiscent of another Lisbon church, the Estrela Basilica.It has a marble-clad interior, a small chapel, and the tomb of Marquês de Pombal, the 18th-century leader responsible for the rebuilding of Lisbon after the 1755 earthquake. Worth a visit, if you nearby.