Igreja Sao Sebastiao da Pedreira, Lisbon

4.7
São Sebastião is an interchange station where the Blue and Red Lines of the Lisbon Metro connect, being located on Avenida António Augusto de Aguiar. The Blue Line station is one of the 11 stations that belong to the original Lisbon Metro network, opened in December 29, 1959. The architectural design of the original Blue Line station is by Francisco Keil do Amaral. On April 18, 1997, the Blue Line station was extended, based on the architectural design of Dinis Gomes. On August 29, 2009 the Red Line station was built, based on he architectural design of Tiago Henriques, and the Blue Line station was refurbished, also based on the architectural design of Tiago Henriques.
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  • Although being some centuries old, this church is in one of the twenty century Lisbon neighborhoods; when it was built that area was still a Lisbon suburban town. The plain façade makes you think...  more »
  • Outside this looks like a run of the mill church. Inside it is a very beautiful church with gold, frescos on the ceiling etc.  more »
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  • I hate it when you cannot go inside a church anymore because they charge you a fee. Can't they present it as donation-ware, like the other services of the institution? Or was it sold to a private company that wants to make a profit may be? Or is this just another form of discrimination, only allowing the affluent to drink in its history and its spiritual devotion of old? The outside looked interesting enough, but we decided not to spend our money there and find our shadow and tranquility elsewhere in this city.
  • Very solemn Sunday Mass. Not a crowded church. Beautiful inside.

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