Jerónimo’s Monastery

Jerónimo’s Monastery

Welcome to Jerónimo’s Monastery, a stunning architectural masterpiece located in the heart of Lisbon.

This historic building is a must-see for any tourist visiting the city. The monastery, also known as the Hieronymites Monastery, was built in the 16th century and is considered one of the most important examples of Manueline architecture in the world.

The monastery is home to a number of impressive features, including its ornate cloisters and chapels, as well as its beautiful gardens. Visitors can also admire the intricate carvings and sculptures that adorn the exterior of the building, including the iconic “Padrão dos Descobrimentos” (Monument to the Discoveries) which stands in front of the monastery.

Inside the monastery, visitors can explore the church, which is home to a number of impressive works of art, including frescoes and sculptures. The monastery also houses a museum, where visitors can learn about the history and architecture of the building, as well as the lives of the monks who lived there.

Overall, Jerónimo’s Monastery is a must-see destination for any tourist visiting Lisbon. Its beautiful architecture, rich history, and stunning gardens make it a truly unique and memorable experience. So come and explore this magnificent building and discover the beauty and culture of Portugal.

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