Palácio Nacional da Ajuda
The Ajuda National Palace is a neoclassical monument in the civil parish of Ajuda in the city of Lisbon, central Portugal. Built on the site of a temporary wooden building constructed to house the Royal family after the 1755 earthquake and tsunami, it was originally begun by architect Manuel Caetano de Sousa, who planned a late Baroque-Rococo building. Later, it was entrusted to José da Costa e Silva and Francisco Xavier Fabri, who planned a magnificent building in the modern neoclassical style.
The twenty closest neighbours in the database:
Mosteiro dos Jerónimos (1 km), Lisbon (Portugal) (5 km), Palácio de Queluz (7 km), Palácio Nacional da Pena (19 km), Sintra Parks (19 km), Palácio Nacional de Sintra (20 km), Palácio Nacional de Mafra (28 km), Mosteiro de Alcobaça (96 km), Mosteiro da Batalha (111 km), Porto (Portugal) (278 km), Guimarães (Portugal) (315 km), Seville (Spain) (316 km), Braga (Portugal) (323 km), Cádiz (Spain) (352 km), Córdoba (Spain) (396 km), Ronda (Spain) (417 km), Gibraltar (443 km), Toledo (Spain) (463 km), Finisterre (Spain) (465 km), Santiago de Compostela (Spain) (468 km)