Government Buildings in Lisbon

Government Buildings in Lisbon, Portugal

Government Buildings in Lisbon

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  • Thomas V
    Oakland, CA12,655 contributions
    We stopped by here at night to take some photos. This huge overwhelming Assembly building is floodlit at night and sparkles. It dominates the neighborhood on this hillside. Our cab rides took us past it several times and it always impressed.
    Written May 10, 2022
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  • IAN D
    Wigan, UK18,886 contributions
    You are unable to visit but worth searching out if in the area. In need of some care but also as a great viewing area in front . Great view of the bridge from here.
    You can go in the palace gardens.
    Written July 7, 2019
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  • Serene-View
    Doncaster, UK1,058 contributions
    Interesting building located at the bottom of Rua Augusta, great backdrop to the square and the waterfront, to go with the tram stops.
    Written March 12, 2019
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  • Cymro
    Coimbra, Portugal3,344 contributions
    The Camara Municipal de Lisboa, or Lisbon City Hall, is located in the small square, Praca do Municipio, which is a short walk of about 200 metres from Praça do Comercio. It has a very impressive facade, but entry on the day I visited was not permitted, probably due to Covid-19 restrictions. In the square in front of the building is the Lisbon pillory, Pelourinho de Lisboa, where people were punished and executed up until the end of the 19th century.
    Written December 31, 2020
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