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Instituto Camões

Instituto Camões

Landmarks and Buildings in Lisbon, Portugal (two hearts architecture roca lisboa corner avenida da liberdade) - a photo by Teresa Soares

Landmarks and Buildings in Lisbon, Portugal (two hearts architecture roca lisboa corner avenida da liberdade) - a photo by Teresa Soares

Chafariz das Janelas Verdes

Chafariz das Janelas Verdes

Biblioteca do Palacio e Convento de Mafra I, Lisbon Coast (Portugal).

Biblioteca do Palacio e Convento de Mafra I, Lisbon Coast (Portugal).

Rua Augusta is in downtown Lisbon in one of the busiest parts of the city. With all sorts of shops like flowers sellers, chestnut carts, handicraft, cafés, boutiques and lots of street artists, Rua Augusta has a lot to offer. This street connects the Praça do Rossio to Terreiro do Paço and the parallel streets all have the names of the crafts and materials that used to be on offer there like Rua dos Sapateiros (Shoemakers), Rua da Prata (Silver) and Rua do Ouro (Gold).

Rua Augusta is in downtown Lisbon in one of the busiest parts of the city. With all sorts of shops like flowers sellers, chestnut carts, handicraft, cafés, boutiques and lots of street artists, Rua Augusta has a lot to offer. This street connects the Praça do Rossio to Terreiro do Paço and the parallel streets all have the names of the crafts and materials that used to be on offer there like Rua dos Sapateiros (Shoemakers), Rua da Prata (Silver) and Rua do Ouro (Gold).

Photo by abrancoalmeida @ Rua da Conceição #Lisbon #Tram #Portugal

Photo by abrancoalmeida @ Rua da Conceição #Lisbon #Tram #Portugal

#Palace / Palácio FOZ played an important role in supporting refugees during the war. They also worked for the Allies, providing an extensive list of the news clippings of the Axis powers, which were published in Portugal since it was a neutral country. The Palace today houses the Institute of Social Communication (Instituto da Comunicação Social).

#Palace / Palácio FOZ played an important role in supporting refugees during the war. They also worked for the Allies, providing an extensive list of the news clippings of the Axis powers, which were published in Portugal since it was a neutral country. The Palace today houses the Institute of Social Communication (Instituto da Comunicação Social).

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