When coming from the monastery side of the garden you will only be able to see the side of the monument which looks like a narrow column. It is only as you walk towards the water and to the side of the column that the actual monument is visible. This monument is very significant to the history of Portugal and as such, you need to see it up close when visiting the town of Belem.
Tip: Take a break at the famous patisserie in Belem to try a Portuguese tart from the very shop where the tarts originated.
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