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Rossio Square, Lisbon
Categories: Fountains, Landmarks, Tourist Spots
At Rossio Square, one of the main squares in Portugal since the Middle Ages, see Baroque ornamental fountains and monuments, have a coffee, and browse through a variety of colorful flowers for sale. Visit cafes that date back to the 18th century and check out the shops selling traditional pastries and spirits. See a 27 m (89 ft) column of King Pedro IV, who was also the first Emperor of Brazil. Snap photos of the 1840 neoclassical national theater, take a look around the 1887 Neo-Manueline train station, or walk along the cobblestone paths of this popular square. With our world travel planner, Lisbon attractions like Rossio Square can be center stage of your vacation plans, and you can find out about other attractions like it, unlike it, near it, and miles away.
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This beautiful square is located a few steps from Rossio metro station. There is another square in the Restauradores and Rua Agusta area which takes you directly to the Rua Augusta Arch. The heart of ... read more »
La Plaza de D. Pedro IV es aún más conocida por su nombre antiguo. Rossio Square. En ella se han vivido espectáculos, juicios e incluso autos de fe durante la Inquisición.Es una plaza con diversos caf... read more »The Plaza of D. Pedro IV is still better known by its former name. Rossio Square. She will have lived shows, trials and even cars of faith during the Inquisicion.es a plaza with several cafes and restaurants. In the Center is the statue of D. Pedro IV, the first President of independent Brazil. The Rossio railway station is located in this square.show original
A praça do Rossio, ou Praça Dom Pedro IV, foi no período romano um hipódromo. Hoje tem duas fontes monumentais de grande beleza arquitectónica, com destaque para as maravilhosas esculturas de figuras ... read more »Praça do Rossio or Praça Dom Pedro IV, was in the Roman period a racetrack. Today has two monumental fountains of great architectural beauty, highlighted by the beautiful sculptures of mythological figures, in cast iron, of French influence, which were added to the square in 1889, one on each side of the statue of Dom Pedro IV.show original
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Another beautiful place in Lisbon city, you may find around some singers or artists doing some good shows, and there are usually a both for selling good wine there.
Rossio Square is the popular name of the Pedro IV Square in the city of Lisbon, in Portugal. It is located in the Pombaline Downtown of Lisbon, not doubt, a beautiful place to visit.
Big open area, fountains, cafes all around. Around the corner from the train.
Pamela urraThe floor of the square has the floor mosaic of a conceptual design that represent the waves of the sea. For my taste, it is one of the most representative of the identity of the port of Lisbon.show original
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