Centro Cultural de Belém
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One one Lisbons Biggest Locations for Art and Culture: from Visual art, to dance, theatre, Music you May find anything. Host of the famous berardo Collection and Next to a couple of Sightseeing places like mosteiro dos Jerónimos in Belém. You May also eat the famous pastéis de nata there! :) Enjoy
Check their calendar, beside the art expos, regularly they have music shows and concerts. It is also a nice place to visit due to its architecture and gardens, includes a restaurant, a bistro and cafe to relax and enjoy the view & sun.
Lisbon's most important cultural center, the Berardo Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, the terrace café on the first floor overlooking the river, and shop specializing in Portuguese design.
The Belém Cultural Center, is a complex of artistic venues located in Belém in the city of Lisbon.
Belém Cultural Center is located in Praça do Império, Belém parish, in the city and district of Lisbon, in Portugal. It was originally designed to host the headquarters of the Portuguese Presidency of the European Community and later to develop cultural activity.
Museum, music, theatre, opera, dance, cinema, exhibitions - in short, all things cultural.
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Place of Worship
“Ordered by Manuel I in memory of Infante Dom Henrique of Portugal (Prince Henry the Navigator), this monastery has been a national monument since 1907 and a UNESCO World Heritage site since 1983. Built in the 16th century, it was donated at the time to the monks of the Order of Saint Jerome, and in 2016 it became part of the National Pantheon. The monastery’s church (Igreja de Santa Maria de Belém) holds the tombs of Luís de Camões, Vasco da Gama and Sebastião I, whose remains were brought there by Filipe I in an attempt to put an end to the popular belief that Sebastião I would return to save Portugal. But few people actually believe that these remains are those of the Desired King. And let’s not forget: the famous Pastéis de Belém are only 500 metres away from the monastery.”
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Monumen / Landmark
“The tower was built to guard the river entrance into Lisbon’s harbour, following orders from King Dom Manuel (1495-1521), during whose reign Portugal greatly expanded its empire, namely by reaching Brazil and finding a sea route to India. The tower has stonework motifs recalling the Discoveries era, such as twisted rope and the Catholic Crosses of Christ, as well as Lisbon’s patron saint St Vincent and a rhino.”
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“It has a unique collection of coaches, with fine 18th century specimens exuberantly decorated with paintings and gilded carving.”
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“Pastéis de Belém stand out from the nationally available pastéis de nata. Why? Well, the recipe is famously secret so actually, no one can really explain why. It’s said to have come from the nearby Jerónimos Monastery, and has been produced by this pastry shop since it opened in 1837. All I can say is they are popular for a reason. Expect queues, even in the early morning. But have faith — they are worth the wait. Mmmmmm”
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“Dominating the Belém waterfront is the angular Monument to the Discoveries, an enormous monolith that leans over the River Tagus to resemble the prow of a caravel, the type of ship commanded by the Portuguese navigators in the 15th century to chart unexplored oceans and discover new lands.”
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