The Restauradores monument is an obelisk in the center of Praça dos Restauradores (Restauradores Square), in Lisbon (Portugal). It is 30 meters high and was inaugurated on April 28, 1886. It commemorates the liberation of the country from Spanish rule on December 1, 1640. The bronze figures on the pedestal represent Victory, with a palm and a crown, and Liberty . The names and dates that are engraved on the sides of the obelisk are those of the battles of the War of Restoration.
December 17, 2021
Main plaza of Lisboa filled with tourists and souvenir shops. Few shopping areas are around
December 25, 2021
Unique. In a confined space - not only as a series, but as a grid arranged many small restaurants, shops, shops. Sizzling life, great atmosphere.
November 11, 2018
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