Santo Antonio de Lisboa, Lisbon

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One of the city's major landmarks, Santo Antonio de Lisboa features an easily recognizable front facade blending elements of both Baroque and Neoclassical architectural styles. According to local legend, the church marks the birthplace of St. Anthony, revered as a matchmaker and protector of young brides. Designed by architect Mateus Vicente de Oliveira and completed in the 1760s, the church notably includes a large altarpiece depicting a scene in which the saint holds baby Jesus in his arms. The square in front of the church features a statue of St. Anthony dedicated by Pope John Paul II in 1982. Before you head to Lisbon, plan trip itinerary details with our user-friendly Lisbon trip maker tool , to make sure you see all that Lisbon has to offer, including Santo Antonio de Lisboa.
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  • A vidits more than anything dictated by curiosity and the fact that Saint Anthony, with good peace of the Paduas was not their fellow countryman but Portuguese of Lisbon. Small church with very simple and well-lit interiors
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  • Definitely more for the idea that this place is the cradle of the famous St. Anthony of Padua that otherwise a stage is well deserved. It intrigues and forces in a certain sense to want to deepen the details and the history even in separate premises. Useful visit in the complex.
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