The Monument to the Discoveries, also known as the Great Discovery Monument, is one of the most iconic buildings in Portugal. It is located near Belenta and stands on the coastal square. It has become a symbol of Portugal. The monument was built to commemorate the 500th anniversary of the death of Prince Henry. It is shaped like a ship with huge sails. On the stele there are statues of Henry and 80 other sailors. Henry stands at the bow of the ship. Avenida de Bras lia, 1400-038 Lisboa, Portugal Transportation 15E, 729 to Centro Cultural de Bel &3; m stop, get off and walk 50 metres northeast from the bus to the Bel &233;3; m-Jer &3; nimos stop, get off the bus and walk 50 metres west from the bus to the Bel &3; m-Jer 3; nimosmos station, and you can arrive 50 metres from the bus to the west 50 metres from the bus, then you can reach the door ticket "3 single ticket, 3 European children (12-18 years old, 12-18 years old (12-18 years old), elderly (12-18-18 years old Over 65 years old) Each person will be closed from March to September 10:00-19:00 in summer, Monday in March, 10:00-18:00-160 in winter to February 10:00-18:00-160 in the following year, January 1, May 1 and Christmas.
Founded in 1960, the Navigation Monument stands magnificently near the Atlantic Ocean with statues commemorating more than 80 sailors. On the ground of the Maritime Monument Square, there is a huge map of the world, which clearly records the deeds of Portuguese navigators. Now it's also a good place for citizens to relax, and for four Euros you can take the elevator to the top of the monument.
New landmark buildings in Lisbon. The surrounding sea and square are more impressive. The sculptures on the tablets are historical figures of Portuguese famous figures. The picture is vivid and delicate. The corrugated ground on the square is Portuguese. There is also a big map on the ground.
The Maritime Monument, also known as the Great Discovery Monument, was built to commemorate Portugal's glorious maritime history and more than 30 people who contributed to it. It stands on the shore of the Atlantic Ocean, and the sculptural characters are shocked by their unselfish navigational spirit. This monument is also a symbol of Portugal's glorious era in modern history, and is their pride.
Portugal... Lisbon... Mariner's Monument. It's a landmark building here! It was founded to commemorate the pioneers who discovered the new continent in the age of navigation. They have followed in succession and devoted themselves bravely. Create a new paradise for future generations.
Without Prince Enrique, Portugal would not have sailed brilliantly in the past. The Monument to the Great Discovery is to commemorate the 500th anniversary of his death. The Monastery of Geromeo was also a great building that took 100 years to build in Portugal's heyday.
When we come to the nautical monument, it is the best time for the sunshine in the afternoon. The sunshine in winter shines on the warm and blue sea on the human body. From a distance, we can see the sea entrance. This is the epoch-making step of human beings. The Monument to the Discoveries, also known as the Great Discovery Monument, was built to commemorate the 500th anniversary of the death of Henry "Prince of Navigation" Tang Alfonso Henry. The monument is carved with statues of Henry, Da Gama and 80 other sailors, flanked by a number of sailors accompanying them, as well as famous generals, missionaries and scientists in Portuguese history. Behind the monument is a large cross symbolizing religious belief. The monument is 52 meters high and has seven floors inside.
Visiting Lisbon is a must to see the Maritime Monument, which stands next to Empire Square and is one of Lisbon's new landmarks. The monument was built to commemorate the 500th anniversary of the death of "Prince of Navigation" Tang Alfonso Henry. Looking from afar, the solid foundation of the monument looks like a white stone sailboat sailing on the sea, which is imaginative. The monument is carved with the statues of Henry, Da & 183, Gama and 80 other sailors, alongside some sailors accompanying them, as well as famous generals, missionaries and scientists in Portuguese history. Behind the monument is a large cross symbolizing religious beliefs.
The Maritime Monument or the Discovery Monument is a famous landmark of Lisbon. It is located in the Belem District of Lisbon. The building is located in front of the Saint Jerome Monastery, which is the place where the Portuguese went to sea during the voyage period. We arrived at Tram No. 15 and thought it was a monument to Columbus. After viewing it, we realized that the monument was built to commemorate the 500th anniversary of the death of Prince Enrique, a famous Portuguese navigator. The Monument to the Discoverer is a 52-metre-high concrete slab building carved in the shape of a ship's bow; two Portuguese square shield emblems are carved on both sides of the monument to the East and west; and a sword is carved on Rio Tejo to the north of the monument (that is, one side facing the River Terre). The first floor of the monument is a multimedia exhibition of Lisbon's history; the second floor is a sightseeing floor. Tickets for climbing the tower are 3 euros. On the day of climbing the tower, the elevator broke down and went up on foot. The top of the tower can enjoy the scenery of both sides of the Tejo River. Prince Enrique "Station" is at the bow of the monument, with 32 Portuguese navigators, navigators and missionaries carved on its East and West sides.