April 25 Bridge is a suspension bridge across the Terra River connecting Lisbon and Almad, Portugal. The length of the bridge is 2,277.64 meters. The upper six-lane train platform is built on the lower floor of the bridge in 1999. Although the shape of the bridge is similar to the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco, the contractor was not the same company when it opened on August 6, 1966 with Sal, the then dictator. Named Salazar Bridge, Portugal overthrew the dictatorship of Salazar on April 25, 1974 (later known as the Clove Revolution). In memory of the historical moment when the Portuguese people overthrew the military government and established democracy in the Clove Revolution, the bridge was renamed the Bridge "April 25" at the end of which was a god of navigation protection that had been established for hundreds of years. The men who sailed on the mountain with open arms always set out under this sculpture to the unknown world. At dusk, we crossed the bridge and climbed the bridge on the top of the statue of Christ Rei, overlooking the beautiful bridge, overlooking the sails of Lisbon Bay, and seeing all the sights from the east to the castle of Saint Jorge to Belenta and Cascades. Even the distant Palace of Pena can be seen.