Convento do Carmo

Convento do Carmo de Lisboa is a former convent of the Carmelite order of the Ancient Observance. Its current state of ruin bears witness to the 1755 earthquake that destroyed most of Lisbon.

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Igreja de São Roque

The São Roque church, built in the late 16th century, is one of the first Jesuit churches in the world. It is one of the few buildings that survived the earthquake of 1755.

Igreja de São Domingos

The Church of São Domingos, of the convent of Santo Domingos de Lisboa, was built in 1241, but bears the features of the period of its reconstruction in 1536, after an earthquake.