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Jerónimos Monastery

Praça do Império 1400-206 Lisboa, 1400-206 Lisboa, Portugal
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Tranquil and Beautiful Monastery in Lisbon  Lisbon  Portugal
Magical Architecture in Lisbon Lisbon  Portugal
St. Jeronimos Monastery Lisbon  Portugal
The spectacular Jerónimos Monastery Lisbon  Portugal
Tranquil and Beautiful Monastery in Lisbon  Lisbon  Portugal
Magical Architecture in Lisbon Lisbon  Portugal
St. Jeronimos Monastery Lisbon  Portugal
The spectacular Jerónimos Monastery Lisbon  Portugal

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Magical Architecture in Lisbon

Jerónimos Monastery, also known as the Hieronymites Monastery, or Mosteiro dos Jerónimos in Portuguese, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site in Lisbon.

This stunning building took 100 years to build and it's no wonder once you experience the level of detail for yourself. I could have spent an entire day there, with my camera, photographing the stunning architecture.

The archways surrounding the inner courtyard look like something from a fairy tale.

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about 4 years ago

Tranquil and Beautiful Monastery in Lisbon

While many monasteries are often simple and austere, the Jerónimos Monastery is truly a hidden gem. It's another example of ornate Manueline architecture found throughout Lisbon, with beautiful twisted columns and lace-like arches that line the inner cloisters. The monastery also marks the site where explorers prayed before embarking on their voyages, so it's fitting that the riches from their discoveries helped finance its construction.
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about 4 years ago

St. Jeronimos Monastery

Sunshine over the Cloisters
about 4 years ago

The spectacular Jerónimos Monastery

Truly impressive! I'm someone who can make quick work of churches and cathedrals, but I was captivated by the Jerónimos Monastery. I spent a long morning wandering and exploring. It makes for a great start to a day in Belem, especially convenient to the Monument to the Discoveries across the street.