Palácio Nacional de Belém

Its construction was ordered by Dom João V in 1726 and it suffered important remodelling works during the XIX century. The Palace gardens, with statues and lakes are worthy of notice. After the Republic Implantation, this elegant pink house became the official residence of the head of state.


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Monuments near Palácio Nacional de Belém

Rua da Alfândega, Lisboa

Largo de Santo Estevão, Lisboa

Igreja de Santo Estêvão de Alfama

One of the best exemplars of the Portuguese baroque that owns a large variety of glazed tiles and woodcarving. Totally rebuilt in the first half of the XVIII …

Rua dos Remédios e Beco do Espírito Santo, 14, Lisboa

Capela de Nossa Senhora dos Remédios

Also known as Espírito Santo Chapel, it was built around a medieval well. The building, add to the Nossa Senhora dos Remédios Chapel, also lodges the Casa do D…

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