Restoration Square is located at the southeast end of Freedom Avenue. It was built to commemorate the restoration of Portugal's independence. It has a history of 400 years. In the middle of the square is a high obelisk, very magnificent. It is also a transportation hub in Lisbon, with which many famous scenic spots can be reached.
On the way to find the cable station, we passed this huge square square square near the side of the monument, along the street with outdoor seats to give people coffee and the breath of life, as well as the West side, where a lot of bus routes are gathered to restore the square. Perhaps it is the status of its transportation hub, where the geographical location of linking mountains and downhills is very important. want
Restoration Square was built to commemorate Portugal's independence after 60 years of Spanish rule in 1640. The central obelisk of the Square was erected in 1886. The square is very open, the surrounding buildings are also very distinctive, the high obelisk is very momentous, very beautiful. Portuguese patchwork floor tiles are a real feature, and bring this feature to Macau.
Lisbon is 2.5 kilometers from Guangfu Square to Pembar Square. This is Lisbon's commercial center, known as Nanjing Road. As the first stop of Portugal's group tour, the floor tiles of Guangfu Square give visitors a feeling of arriving in Macao. Looking at the floor tiles of Guangfu Square, the style is similar to that of the floor tiles seen in Macao. Portugal is worthy of being the leader who ruled Macao at that time, and moved the style of the floor tiles of Portugal to Macao.
Restauradores Square was built to commemorate Portugal's restoration of independence in 1640, after Spain notified Portugal for 60 years. In the middle of the square stands a monument designed by Ant NiO Tom & _; s Da Fonseca. The statue on the monument is the work of the sculptor Sim & 5; es de Almeida and Alberto Nunes, symbolizing "independence" and "victory".
Built in 1884 to celebrate Portugal's restoration of independence by Spain after 1640, it is called the Restoration Square. In 1886, a 30-metre-high obelisk was erected in the middle of the square. The bronze statue of the goddess of victory on the north side is Lisbon's most famous Freedom Avenue.
Rossio Square is a bit chaotic, fighting pigeons, jugglers, pedestrians. The Fuxing Square, which is nearer to our hotel, is 50 meters north of Rossio Square. Although it is small, there are few people. It can be a boring afternoon here, with Freedom Avenue in the north and Rosio Railway Station and Rosio Square in the south.