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The origin of the stones of the Portuguese sidewalk was due to a rhino

If you see it from above, Largo do Chiado, in Lisbon, looks like a lace rosette. White stone dotted with black stone, converging to the center, with the statue of the poet of 16th-century António Ribeiro Chiado, and cut by the rails of the tram 28. It is one of the most emblematic pieces of the Portuguese sidewalk, an integral part of the history of one of the symbols of urbanism in Portugal.

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Velas do Loreto: a very special candle shop

Velas do Loreto: a very special candle shop

A candle shop may not just be a simple store, where, in this case, a large number of candles are sold. It may rather be a place with some magic, a place that you will want to visit, and whose piece of history, along with one or another aromatic candle, you will definitely want to keep. So, let’s find out why “Velas do Loreto” or “Casa das Velas do Loreto” is a very special place to visit in Lisbon.

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Lisbon Oceanarium: The world's best aquarium

Lisbon Oceanarium: The world's best aquarium

Elected, for the third time, the “Best Aquarium in the World' by TripAdvisor’s 2018 'Travellers' Choice, Lisbon Oceanarium is now one of the greatest and one of the most prestigious attractions of the capital. With a 4.5 out of 5 overall rating, this aquarium, already with 21 years of existence, delights both adults and children.

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Take your seat in the emblematic Tram 28

Take your seat in the emblematic Tram 28

Tram 28 is one of Lisbon's most iconic and popular transportation, for its history, antiquity, and symbol of a city's tradition. And its value is not only immeasurable, but also its route is one of the most beautiful in the capital since it allows you to get to know many historical areas and a great part of the historical and the natural heritage of Lisbon.

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