Freedom Avenue is located in Lisbon, Portugal. It is 1.2 kilometers long and 90 meters wide. It is known as the Champs Elysees Street in Lisbon. Its northern section is connected to the Marquis Plaza of Pombar, and its southern end is connected to Rossio Plaza. On November 1, 1755, a rare earthquake struck Lisbon, razing two-thirds of the city's buildings. It was the weekend when many people gathered in churches for mass, so the casualties were very heavy, with about 60,000 people dead. Marquis Bombar, then Portuguese Prime Minister, was commissioned to rebuild Lisbon. In commemoration of Bombar's contribution, in May 1926, a square named after him was laid, that is, Marquis Plaza of Bombar at the northern end of Freedom Avenue. In May 1934, his bronze statue was erected. We went to the park at the north end for a rest and then started south from Marquis Square in Bombar. It's very hot. Fortunately, the pavements on both sides of the road are densely planted and there are chairs for pedestrians to rest on. We walked all the way to the Monument of Independence and returned. Further ahead is the end of Freedom Avenue, Rossio Square, which I visited the day before. It's a good avenue for shopping, leisure and looking at the streets, buildings and sculptures of Lisbon.
Lisbon's famous Freedom Avenue is also a famous classic. Nearby there are square can also see, quite suitable for photography, retro tram can ride, slowly turn around the old city along the way can see many attractions. Freedom Avenue is also easy to browse. There are many small shops selling star films and souvenirs, etc. It's good to have a careful look at a lot of small things.
Freedom Avenue is located in the old city of Lisbon, which is the most important commercial street in Lisbon. First of all, the buildings on both sides of the street are simple, beautiful and worth seeing. Secondly, the road paved with floor tiles also has its own characteristics, which highlights the strong Lisbon flavor. Third, Lisbon is also a shopping center, luxury goods, small souvenirs and so on, where there are all kinds of things, you can have a good shopping trip, so it is recommended to come here to have a look.
Freedom Avenue is the most attractive commercial street in Lisbon. The ancient buildings with various styles on both sides of the road are very tasty. The roadside cafes and bars have their own flavors. There are many dessert shops, and Portuguese tarts are more attractive. One euro per dessert is super sweet.
Near Christmas, the street lights are special, umbrella-shaped, strip-shaped, diamond-shaped... Walking in the street, as if in a painting! ____________ Passing through the most beautiful railway station in Europe, I saw different sculptures and finally arrived at Edward 70 Park to finish my trip tonight.
Freedom Avenue is Lisbon's main tree-lined Avenue up and down the hill. It connects the railway station and the square on the hill. Even though many of the surrounding areas have great slopes, there is no obvious feeling on the road that the subway line is very busy below the main road.