A striking monument celebrating the Portuguese age of exploration. We tried to identify Ferdinand Magellan among the carved figures in the monument; he is known to be the first to circumnavigate the globe. In so doing, Magellan and his Spanish fleet discovered the beautiful Philippine archipelago.
Paid Euro 3 to go up to the top. Worth it because we took lots of beautiful photos from there.
I love this place by the river. We walked around and leisurely enjoyed the scenery and grabbed a fruity gelato from a nearby snack bar.
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