Lisbon seen from the Castle of St. George (Portugal)

Lukasz Skorwider 180 2019-03-22
Lisbon seen from the Castle of St. George (Portugal)

The 12th-century Castle of St. George, located on the outskirts of Alfama, the district of Lisbon, was erected by the Moors. Then, the fortress was captured by the army of the first king of Portugal, Alfonso I the Conqueror. Under the rule of the Christian kings, the castle was gradually expanded and restored, it was severely damaged during the earthquake of 1755, after that natural disaster it has not regained its former significance. The castle hill, with the ruins of impressive fortifications, is now an excellent vantage point from which you can admire the city skyline, including the famous Praça da Figueira and Rossio squares in the Baixa district.

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