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Its construction began in the second half of the twelfth century, after the conquest of the city from the Moors by D. Afonso Henriques, and today presents itself as a mixture of architectural styles. It has been classified as a National Monument since 1910.
Lisbon Patriarchal Cathedral is a fine example of Roman and Gothic Arquitectura and a mandatory stop for those who venture on a visit to the historical and typical neighborhoods of old Lisbon, east of downtown.
One of the oldest churches in Europe! Built where it use to be a mosque you can take the Tram 28 to see this marbelous building.
The Se cathedral and cloisters. The Se is the solid and imposing cathedral that was the religious centre for Portugal. The cathedral dates from the 12th century and was constructed on the site of an important Moorish mosque.
Lisbon’s most important Cathedral also known as the Church of Santa Maria Maior, looks more like a castle in Romanesque-Gothic style, with defensive towers and battlements.
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