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The Mosteiro dos Jerónimos is situated in Lisbon in the district of Belém. It was designated as a World Heritage Site by the UNESCO in 1983. It is one of the most distinctive Manueline churches in the world with an architectural style that mixes the colourful Gothic and Moorish influences with ingredients of the emerging renaissance. It was built to honour Vasco da Gama’s journey to India. The Church of Saint Maria has a carved stonework interior. It has a south portal and a western portal. The south portal is the main entrance to the monastery and was designed by Joao de Castilho. It is 32 meters in height and 12 meters wide. The western portal has the Gothic theme to Renaissance. Nicolau Chanterene had built it in 1517. It symbolized the Manueline architecture. The stone sculpture features a maritime theme.


Mosteiro dos Jerónimos


Praça do Império, 1400-206, Lisbon Portugal | 3.6 miles from city center | Show on map
Telephone: +351(21)3620034 | Fax:+351(21)3639145 | Official Homepage

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beautiful monastery
Reviewed February 2010 by resy
I really liked this monastary, but they could have used the beautiful rooms and space better
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My Favourite Building in the Whole of Europe
Reviewed April 2009 by Praskipark
The Mosteiro dos Jeronimos or Hieronymite Monastery in Belem is by far one of the most interesting buildings in Lisbon. The monastery and Torre de Belem watchtower are unique memorial's to Portugal's Golden Age which followed after the Voyages of Discovery. Lisbon was badly hit by the 1755 earthquake but these magnificent buildings managed to survive and didn't topple into dust. This is one fabulous building and for some reason reminds me of ...
88 out of 100 based on 144 reviews
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