Portugal, Lisbon

Located at the mouth of the Tagus River, Lisbon rose to prominence in Roman times as a coastal capital for the province of Lusitania. Known in antiquity as Olisipo, the city was an important economic and cultural center for the Roman Empire.


Praça Do Commercio Before 1755

Rossio Square

Rua Nova Dos Mercadores

Praça Do Commercio

Muslim Homes

Convento Do Carmo

Roman Galleries Rua Da Prata

Roman Theatre