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Aktivitas terbaik yang bisa dilakukan di Lisbon

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Kastel
“(Historical monument) São Jorge Castle and the Christian Conquest to the Moors: We know now that the wellknown history of Martim Moniz who was stucked in the door of the Castle is just a legend. Cruzaders had to report heroic efforts during the Christian conquest, when they were camping during 4 months until the moors left because of starvation. In fact, Lisbon was not liberated throught fighting and guns, even at that time. History showed that the mossanas were pacific people. Jews and Christians only had to pay an extra tax, but they use to work in the government and they did not suffered of starvation. They have been even more mistreated after the conquest, by the Christians. The mystic was only built to justify the need of conquest and the purpose was only to obtain recognition.”
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Lingkungan Tinggal
“Most famous night life place in Lisbon, lots of restaurants and bars. A lot of locals and tourists.”
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Place of Worship
“The Jeronimos Monastery is the most impressive symbol of Portugal's power and wealth during the Age of Discovery. King Manuel I built it in 1502”
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Pie Shop
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“Must have a Pastel de Belém! If you want, near the SUITE, there is a trais station about 6 minutes walk where you can catch a train that goes there.”
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Ruang Acara
“The most ancient market of Lisbon. It is beautiful and in the mornings you can buy fruits, vegetables, fish and meat. It has lots of restaurants inside”
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Monument / Landmark
“Belém Tower was first built to defend Lisbon. Years later, it was transformed into a lighthouse and customs center.”
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Tempat Menyaksikan Pemandangan
“Mirador do Senhora do Monte, located in the neighborhood of Graça, offers a unique panoramic view, undoubtedly one of the most beautiful views of Lisbon, especially since it is one of the highest points of the city. lady-of-the-hill-2 The half-moon shape provides a wider view of Lisbon, and it is possible to see the Igreja da Graça, the Tagus estuary and the other bank, the São Jorge Castle and the roofs of Mouraria. Further down is the low Pombaline, the ruins of the Convento do Carmo, the Serra de Monsanto and Penha de França. These points are signposted on a tile panel in the belvedere, so visitors can identify the monuments.”
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Restoran Hidangan Laut
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“Best seafood in Lisboa ( 10min táxi ride ) make sure to go there off peak times to avoid long lines (4pm, 11:45 pm or lunch during the week)”
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Museum Seni
“The museum hosts several exhibitions (check their website to see what's on) and features a permanent collection of modern art. The gardens outside are a wonder in itself.”
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Tempat Menyaksikan Pemandangan
“"The Elevador de Santa Justa is a 19th century lift that transports passengers up the steep hill from the Baixa district to the Largo do Carmo and the ruins of the Carmo church." Vertical lift built by the Architec Raoul Mesnier du Ponsard, with a cast iron structure, enriched with filigrana details, buid on 1902 Hours of Operation: 07:00h - 21:45h”
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Ruang Acara
“Lisbon's flea market is called "Feira da Ladra," often thought to mean "Thieves' Market" (in Portuguese, "ladra" is a woman thief) but it actually derives from "ladro," a bug or a flea found in antiques. A market of this type is thought to have been in place in Lisbon since the 12th Century, and the name "Feira da Ladra" was first mentioned in the 17th Century. The traders here are perfectly legal, offering everything from junk to unexpected treasures, around the Campo de Santa Clara, a square by the National Pantheon. The market is held every Tuesday and Saturday, from dawn to the early afternoon. There are small stalls, but many traders simply display their store on a stretched-out blanket. Hand-made artisan goods, CD's, books, clothes, coins, military objects, antiques and furniture are all on display here, so the occasional bargain is still possible.”
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Aquarium
“The Lisbon Oceanarium is located in the Parque das Nações, which was the exhibition grounds for the Expo '98. It is the largest indoor aquarium in Europe. Their Mission: To encourage people to learn more about the oceans and make all citizens aware of their duty to conserve their natural heritage, by changing their behaviour.”
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Museum Seni
“The National Museum of Ancient Art is one of Lisbon's great cultural attractions, and a "must see" on any tourist itinerary. This is Portugal's national gallery and houses the largest collection of Portuguese 15th- and 16th-century paintings in the country. An equally impressive display of European, Oriental, and African art adds to the allure. The museum is set west of the city center within a 17th-century palace, itself built over the remains of the Saint Albert Carmelite monastery, which was virtually destroyed in the 1755 earthquake. Fortunately, the chapel survived and is integrated into the building.”
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Night Club
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“Owned by John Malkovich, this is Lisbon's most famous club and the amazing view over the river might be one of the reasons why.”
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Taman
“A true paradise in the middle of the city, this is a great hangout spot for families. In the summer, it sometimes has live music.”
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Mal Belanja
“All the shopping you could possibly desire. Easy access on the metro, take the blue line to Colégio Militar/Luz.”
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