Visiting Igreja do Carmo in Porto is one of the must-see attractions. The 18th century Igreja do Carmo Church in the old city centre looks like only one church in the old city centre. In fact, it forms a unique complex of three buildings with Carmelite Church and the narrowest house in Portugal about one meter wide in the centre. There are not many shrines among the followers. The dome of the shrines is beautiful. There are also long-term historical traces. Blue-and-white tile murals cover the whole outer murals and depict the scene created by the Catholic Hermitage. Apart from the complete story, the figure's outline and expression are also clear. The details of the three-dimensional murals are amazing. Portugal's ceramic tile technology is truly unparalleled.
Igreja do Carmo, a Catholic center in Lisbon for more than 300 years before the 1755 earthquake, is one of the few medieval buildings left to this day and one of the most memorable historical sites in the old city of Lisbon, although its roof has been incomplete, its roof has collapsed, and its pointed arch spires point directly to the blue sky. The Museu Arqueol & _3; gico do Carmo Archaeological Museum is now located in the ruins of the Kalmo Cathedral. The entrance is the ticket office with 3.5 euros per ticket. From the side door to the church, the tall bundles on both sides and the incomplete spiral arch stone frame all show the magnificent momentum of the church's architecture. Walking down the empty passageway between the broken walls of the Karmo church and entering the back hall with two automatic doors blocked is the Karmo Archaeological Museum. The Museum has two exhibition rooms on the left and right, which display some of Portuguese modern archaeological finds, such as stone figures, sarcophagus, mummies and so on.
When I went to the Brazilian Cafe, I missed the Karmo Monastery and didn't take the elevator, so I had to turn back. In fact, if the arrangement is good, these scenic spots are close to each other, but the terrain of the mountain city is up and down. I asked two passers-by and found Karmo Monastery on seven rounds and eight rounds. They can only take pictures of the appearance, as if they were repairing, not allowing in, or just looking at the abandoned state in the sunshine. On the edge of Karmo Monastery is the Santa Lake Tass Elevator Platform, which offers a panoramic view of Lisbon and the opposite of St. George's Castle. Designed by the designer of the Eiffel Tower in Paris and powered by steam, the Santa Hutas lift has become a major tourist attraction in Lisbon. With ONE DAY PASS, you can sit indefinitely and buy tickets for 5 euros each time, so you must experience it.
The church next to the Santa Husta elevator can be reached directly from the steps of the elevator. The earthquake in the 18th century caused the destruction of the church, and it was not rebuilt after that. So now it is like Yuanmingyuan and Dasanba, which retain their incomplete appearance. It also has a sense of vicissitudes.
Karmo Monastery is one of the oldest and most important monasteries in Lisbon. Before the Lisbon earthquake, it was the main Catholic Church in Lisbon. However, due to the devastation of the earthquake, there is only one large frame left. But it's still very grand. Coming to Lisbon, the monastery is worth seeing.
3.5 The one-man building in Europe is very characteristic and worth visiting.