Squares in Lisbon



Praca do Comercio

Praca do Comercio, which literally means the Commerce Square, is otherwise referred to as the Palace Square (Terreiro do Paco), a name which calls forth the location of this site... Praca do Comercio

Rossio

The Rossio Square, which is the way locals of Lisbon refer to the historical Praca de Dom Pedro IV (called this way in the honor of Pedro IV, both king... Rossio

Praca da Figueira

Another notable square in the Baixa district of Lisbon is Praca da Figueira (Square of the Fig Tree) which actually neighbors on the imposing Rossio Square. From an infrastructural point... Praca da Figueira

Praca dos Restauradores

The Baixa district of Lisbon is home to yet another monumental square of the city: Praca dos Restauradores. This square neighbors closely on the Rossio Square with which is shares... Praca dos Restauradores

Praca do Marques de Pombal

Sebastiao Jose de Carvalho e Melo, first Marquis of Pombal (Marques de Pombal) is, perhaps, one of the most resonant names of Portuguese statesmen and public figures to have ever... Praca do Marques de Pombal

Praca do Imperio

Praca do Imperio (meaning the Empire Square) might not be the oldest public square in Lisbon (in fact, it was built no sooner than the mid 20th century, in order... Praca do Imperio

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