Manueline architecture

Manueline architecture

(1495–1521)
The last phase of Gothic architecture in Portugal, so named after King Manuel.

Manueline architecture

The last phase of Gothic architecture in Portugal, so named after King Manuel I (1495–1521).
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It is known for its colonialist history, original Fado music and the ornate Manueline architecture.
Take in the exquisite tile work in the refectory of the Jeronimos Monastery, considered the best example of Manueline architecture in the city.
Lisbon is famous for its maritime heritage, Manueline architecture, azulejo tiles, soulful fado music and its yellow trams, but there is another side to the city.