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Travel Impressions From Lisbon, Cidade Vibrante

If you are going to Belem to taste the pastel de Belem, make the trip worth while by walking to the Torre de Belem

Completed in 1515, the Tower of Belém is one of Lisbon’s most famous sights. Built under the instruction of the architect Francisco de Arruda, who was greatly influenced by the style of fortifications in Morocco, the tower was intended to provide strategic defence to the River Tagus during Portugal’s naval ascendancy in the 16th century. Symbolically, it was also the last sight seen by seafarers leaving the city.

If you are going to Belem to taste the pastel de Belem, male the trip worth while by walking to the Torre de Belem | Travel Impressions From Lisbon, Cidade Vibrante

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