05. Torre de Belem, Lisbon
This spot is the most cherished chronicled landmark in the nation. It is an image of Age of Discovery, and the journeys of investigation embraced in the fifteenth and sixteenth hundreds of years. This landmark was initially worked to be a fortification to safeguard the River Tagus in 1521. It is generally viewed as the perfect work of art of military engineering. Structured in the Manueline style by Francisco de Arruda, the façade is a sweet of wonderfully cut stone, epitomized by oceanic themes, for example, curved rope and the armillary circle. The pinnacle’s social importance is with the end goal that UNESCO has recorded it as a World Heritage Site.