Lisbon’s landmarks

Things to Do — By Paul Bernhardt on March 27, 2012 at 5:49 pm

Rossio Square after dark. Also known as Praça de Dom Pedro IV (that’s him on top of the column), the busy square, lined with cafés, restaurants, shops and the national theatre building, has been Lisbon’s downtown hub for nearly six centuries.

Rossio Square

Tags: architecture, landmarks, monuments, Unesco, visitor attractions

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