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“Must-see for catholics”

Santo Antonio de Lisboa
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Reviewed 21 May 2014

Beautiful little church, built upon the the house where St. Anthony was born. As a catholic, this was a must see for me. Very touching.

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Reviewed 19 May 2014

I loved this church and the highlight was visiting the room where Pope John Paul ll also visited - the birth place of St Anthony. There is also a little souvenir shop.The only disappointment was the noise of mobile phones coming from the shop area. otherwise a lovely experience & well worth a visit.

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Reviewed 13 May 2014

If you like to know how tradition is in tipical Lisbon, you MUST get to this marvelous city in June. Try the atmosphere and the grilled sardines with red wine. There are no words to explain the moment...

2  Thank Carlos B
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Reviewed 18 April 2014

If you want to spend an unforgetable week, came to Lisbon in June 10 to 15. Nice weather and popular events . You can eat sardines and drink wine and beer with all the people in the streets of the old neighbourhoods like Alfama , castelo, Mouraria, Bairro Alto, Bica

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Reviewed 28 March 2014

Small but beautiful Baroque/Rococo style church dedicated to Saint Anthony, dating back to the 15th century, rebuilt after the devastating 1755 earthquake. Alleged birthplace of Saint Anthony in 1195 who later in life settled and died in Padua, Italy, in 1232 hence known as St. Anthony of Padua, patron of brides and matchmakers.
A small Crypt in the basement marks the birthplace where a tiled panel commemorates the visit of Pope John Paul II in 1982.
This church/museum is well worth a visit, it's on the route of N.28 Tram. You can also visit the Cathedral of Lisbon at the same time, which is right behind this church. Both sites have free entrance to look around but it must be remembered that as well as being interesting tourist attractions, they are nevertheless still sacred places of worship where appropriate dress and quiet, respectful behaviour must be observed.

7  Thank Charliefly
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