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The Church of Santa Engrácia (Portuguese: Igreja de Santa Engrácia, pronounced [iˈɣɾeʒɐ ðɨ ˈsɐ̃tɐ ẽˈɡɾasiɐ]) is a 17th-century monument in Lisbon, Portugal. Originally a church, in the 20th century it was converted into the National Pantheon (Panteão Nacional, pronounced [pɐ̃tiˈɐ̃w̃ nɐsiuˈnaɫ]), in which important Portuguese personalities are buried. It is located in the Alfama neighborhood, close to another important Lisbon monument, the Monastery of São Vicente de Fora.
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Beautiful building! If you can, go up to the rooftop. Walk around the dome to observe the beauty of Lisbon from above. Also walk the inner balcony to appreciate the greatness of construction. On a first Sunday of the months it is a free entrance.
Really great location to view a lot and get some views. However, you have to pay to enter, 4 euro per person. But the pictures were great.
An amazing place to visit At the top you have a very nice view over the city
Came here because the free entrance of Lisboa card. A nice chapel and interesting story of construction history. Not many things to see but few tombs of important people of Portugal.
Beautiful building and construction. Very nice rooftop!
A must-see in Lisbon. Make sure to take a visit of the terrace! It has a great panoramic view over the river and the city. A number of celebrities and politicians have been buried there. The building was under construction for 300 years! Entrance is free for residents in the first Sunday of the month before 14:00.
amazing..there is music played and the acoustic is fabulous ..the gallery gives a great view of the building from above and the terrace has a wonderful view of lisbon and a direct view of the the coast which is perfect for photography..
If in Lisbon, a stop at the Pantheon is a must-do. Only 4€ to get in (free for kids under 12). Many steps to get up, but the stairs are well maintained and wide, unlike many such buildings. Top panoramic view is breathtaking, totally worth it. Small gift shop at exit.
The church interior is similar to the Dôme des Invalides in Paris, smaller and less decorated. It is possible to access the rooftop with a nice view on the Tagus river.
Well worth a visit. Once you have a look around on the ground floor you can take some stairs and go up a couple of levels. If you like taking photographs you have a chance to observe the main floor and the overall architecture from two different levels up, so that the same subject can be shot from different viewpoints. And then there is the huge terrace upstairs, which allows you a 360 degree view on the city. Interesting building, and happy hunting ground for photographers.
A great landmark from the docks, looking upward you can't miss this building and its iconic dome. Upon entering this magnificent building you are drawn to the centre from where, looking up, you see into the dome. Stairs rise to various floor levels and at the top you can walk out and see the horizon from this height. Its potentially the highest point in Lisbon. Back inside, you are able to walk around the upper area which is effectively in the dome itself.
Well worth the walk to here. The space is very impressive. The walk to the roof deck terrace has nice wide stairs and the terrace itself is very spacious
I enjoy visiting this lovely place, very nice view , very nice architecture. An nice place to visit as well. I love it ! Those place touch my heart ! ❤❤❤
Beautifully cool, with understated tributes to a wide variety of famous Portugese figures. The terrace gives fantastic views. The shop is less than exciting.
A hidden gem. The view from the top is certainly worth a visit. Highly recommended.
So nice. Come on a Sunday (we went in the late afternoon) if you want a quiet experience of the outside (we brought some drinks and just relaxed)