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“This lively and joyous market appeals to all - anti-materialists and consumerists. It has a strong local flavor because it has more variety of curios than similar European venues yet the sellers are more composed than those of African souks. Even the very old goods items or handicraft are quite affordable, not to mention ridiculous cheap second-hand clothes. Your new-old find will be a good quality price ratio, unique & environmentally friendly souvenir/gift. The downside: PLEASE, pretty PLEASE, do me and all shoppers a favor and don't forget to haggle.”
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Church
“Church of Santa Engrácia is the National Pantheon of Portugal and final burial location of many important Portuguese, including the poet Luís de Camões and the explorers Vasco da Gama and Henry the Navigator.”
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Church
“1.7 km from hotel. Church of Santa Engrácia is the National Pantheon of Portugal and final burial location of many important Portuguese, including the poet Luís de Camões and the explorers Vasco da Gama and Henry the Navigator, Immediately identified by its soaring chalk-white dome, the church of Santa Engrácia is one of the most recognizable buildings on the Alfama skyline. The building is on the plan of a Greek cross, and the interior is covered in beautiful, multicolored slabs of polished marble.Church of Santa Engrácia is the National Pantheon of Portugal and final burial location of many important Portuguese, including the poet Luís de Camões and the explorers Vasco da Gama and Henry the Navigator. ”
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Sublocality
“São Vicente de Fora Monastery In the 12th century, King Afonso Henriques made a vow to build churches on sites where Portuguese soldiers and northern European crusaders who fought the Moors lay buried. Today's São Vicente de Fora Church, built in 1582, stands on the site of one of those churches, which was located outside the city walls (hence the name "De Fora" meaning "on the outside"). ”
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Mediterranean Restaurant
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“My favorit restaurant. They made everything with mushrooms. Simply delicious. Love it”
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Event Space
“The famous Lisbon thieves market - Feira da Ladra- A flea market with odd and wonderful things.”
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Garden
“Very nice green park to relax, walk and have a cafe - with a fine view to the Tagus River”
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Event Space
“Portugal's most famous and longstanding flea market. From here you will also see the famous National Pantheon standing proud. The market is held every Tuesday and Saturday from dawn to dusk and sports every sort of antique, 2nd hand, military, clothing and miscellaneous goods the mind can fathom. Definitely worth at least 1 visit. the occasional bargain is still possible when rummaging through these stalls. ”
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Establishment
“The most famous open air market / flea market of Portugal. Opens Tuesdays and Saturdays.”
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Establishment
“Here is installed the National Pantheon with the graves of honorary citizens. Near "Feira da Ladra",you can reach it again by Tram 28 and stop at Calçada de São Vicente.Or:look my dossier bus 730/735”
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Restaurant
“They serve delicious focaccia sandwiches, yummy cakes and good coffee. Visit them Tuesday or Saturday. Perfect for a break when shopping around for bargains at Feira da Ladra (flea market) ”
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Restaurant
“The traditional focaccia of Grandmother Giovanna :) A good place for a light meal or a snack.”
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Portuguese Restaurant
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“Family run contemporary restaurant serving delicious food from the Azores with river views and amaaaazing fried chicken and beef stew dishes. ”
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Church
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