My wife and I, we love to travel and see new cities and places.
The Tagus embankment with the Monument to the Discoverers, the Belém Tower, the amazing Maritime Museum, the rolling Lisbon bridge on April 25th and, as always, a little history in an interesting format.
In the 1755 Earthquake with a magnitude of 9, more than 40,000 people died in Lisbon and 85 percent of buildings were destroyed. It was decided to restore the city according to new drawings and in accordance with the principles of modern urban design and to demolish everything that was left of the Middle Ages and did not collapse during the riot of the elements.
Here is our walking tour on YouTube
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May the 4th be with you,