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Praça do Comércio
Praça do Comércio
Statue of King José I, by Machado de Castro (1775). The king on his horse is symbolically crushing snakes on his path.
Statue of King José I, by Machado de Castro (1775). The king on his horse is symbolically crushing snakes on his path.
Terreiro do Paço in 1662, by Dirk Stoop
Terreiro do Paço in 1662, by Dirk Stoop
Praça do Comércio, 2019
Praça do Comércio, 2019
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A 16th-century painting of the Holy Martyrs of Lisbon uses Ribeira Palace in the background as a metonym for the city: King Manuel I's original palace
A 16th-century painting of the Holy Martyrs of Lisbon uses Ribeira Palace in the background as a metonym for the city: King Manuel I's original palace, done in the Manueline style, was the head of his royal and imperial administration.
Ribeira Palace after the King John III's renovations. Alterations can be seen in the King's Tower.
Ribeira Palace after the King John III's renovations. Alterations can be seen in the King's Tower.
During the Philippine era, the palace changed hugely, scrapping the original Manueline for a Mannerist style.
During the Philippine era, the palace changed hugely, scrapping the original Manueline for a Mannerist style.
Ribeira Palace of the Brigantine era was a vast and modern palatial complex, including an opera and cathedral. On the left, there is the Corte Real pa
Ribeira Palace of the Brigantine era was a vast and modern palatial complex, including an opera and cathedral. On the left, there is the Corte Real palace