Santa Maria Maior, Urbanismo

Accessibility project to the Castle distinguished internationally

04, July 2014
  • Accessibility project to the Castle distinguished internationally
    Accessibility project to the Castle distinguished internationally
  • Accessibility project to the Castle distinguished internationally
    Accessibility project to the Castle distinguished internationally
  • Accessibility project to the Castle distinguished internationally
    Accessibility project to the Castle distinguished internationally
  • Accessibility project to the Castle distinguished internationally
    Accessibility project to the Castle distinguished internationally
  • Accessibility project to the Castle distinguished internationally
    Accessibility project to the Castle distinguished internationally
  • Accessibility project to the Castle distinguished internationally
    Accessibility project to the Castle distinguished internationally
  • Accessibility project to the Castle distinguished internationally
    Accessibility project to the Castle distinguished internationally
  • Accessibility project to the Castle distinguished internationally
    Accessibility project to the Castle distinguished internationally
  • Accessibility project to the Castle distinguished internationally
    Accessibility project to the Castle distinguished internationally
  • Accessibility project to the Castle distinguished internationally
    Accessibility project to the Castle distinguished internationally
  • Rua da Vitória_Foto Pedro Serranito
    Rua da Vitória_Foto Pedro Serranito
  • Edifício do Elevador Castelo_Foto Pedro Serranito
    Edifício do Elevador Castelo_Foto Pedro Serranito
  • Rua da Vitória_Foto Pedro Serranito
    Rua da Vitória_Foto Pedro Serranito

The pedestrian path connecting the Chiado hills to São Jorge Castle, project by Lisboa City Hall opened on August 31, 2013, was recognized internationally, on July 3, among a selection of 60 works with the award Promotion of Arts and Architecture Design 2014.

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