Lisbon is a city with seven hills, so no matter where you go, you can go up to see more scenery. The people of Lisbon think of a way to solve the problem of climbing in the hot summer days. The city's Santa Justa lifts provide direct access to the upper part of the Upper Town, and you'll find the Carmo Abbey. The unrepaired semi-circle was the ruins that had survived the 1755 Lisbon earthquake. The fare for the tour is less than 5 euros. If you pass by, you can see it. Because it has not been repaired, you should not look at its historical value. This is also a kind of broken beauty. The ancient building has no top, and seems to be connected with Heaven. It seems to say, "God, you see that the natural disasters made me so embarrassed, pray to God, and give our people peace and joy."