Lisbon needs no introduction. It is the capital of Portugal, a postcard of what the country has to offer. But it is also the heart of the Portuguese Cobblestone Pavement, where we can find several examples of one of the oldest traditions of this culture.
In Praça do Império, in one of the most iconic places in the city, you can find an ode to club passion, with the emblem of Belenenses carved into the stone. Other defining spaces in the city, which we know so well, also bet on the cobblestone pavement as a differentiating element. This is the case of Jardim da Estrela, the Miradouro de São Pedro de Alcântara, Avenida da Liberdade, or Rua Augusta.
If we think, for example, of the importance of master pavers, we remember that, since 2017, in Praça dos Restauradores we can visit a statue in honor of these art creators, who so well guide Portuguese history. In fact, all over the city we can drink from this greater inspiration: Vhils, a renowned Portuguese artist, also designed a work in Portuguese cobblestone pavement with the face of Amália Rodrigues, in the Castelo area.
Take a look at the photos and start planning your next weekend itinerary. It's really worth it!
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