40 Stunning Photographs of Lisbon, Portugal

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Take a look at these 40 stunning photographs of Lisbon, Portugal
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Tram from Lisbon

Lisbon City View

Lisbon City View

Lisbon is a city vibrant with colour and dawn's golden hour is an ideal time to showcase it. As seen from Miradouro da Graca. From left to right, on can see Castelo de Saint Jorge, Baixa and Bairro Alto on the hill.

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Pena Palace (Palácio da Pena) Sintra, Portugal

Facade of Sintra (Portugal)

Facade of Sintra (Portugal)
Sintra is located 25 km north-west of Lisbon in the district of Lisbon. The perfect harmony between nature and the city's heritage has led UNESCO to classify the city as a Cultural Heritage of Humanity in the category Cultural Landscape in 1995.
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The city of Cascais (Portugal)

The city of Cascais (Portugal)
Cascais is a city and seaside resort of Portugal. It is located on the Atlantic Ocean front, 30 kilometers west of the capital Lisbon.
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Lisbon at Night

Lisbon at Night
One of the many little streets of Alfama at night time. The Alfama is the oldest disctrict of Lisbon.

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The Park Edward VII and the city of Lisbon (Portugal)

View of the Alfama Quarter in Lisbon from the Mirador de Santa Luzia

São Jorge castle, the city of Lisbon and the bridge of 25-April

The Santa Justa Lift

The Santa Justa Lift
The Santa Justa Lift in Lisbon is a 45m high tower providing panaramic views across the town.

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MAAT Museum of Art Architecture and Technology in Lisbon

MAAT Museum of Art Architecture and Technology in Lisbon
Museum of Art Architecture and Technology


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Lisbon at Dawn

Lisbon at Dawn
Lisbon, Calçada do Duque at dawn.
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