Lisbon Trade Square is also called Black Horse Square because the bronze horse in the middle of the square is black. In the middle of the square stood a bronze statue of Joseph I, who was riding a horse and looked far away. Many squares in Europe will have sculptures, which not only let people commemorate famous people, but also become a landscape of the square.
This statue is located in the center of Lisbon Commercial Square. The owner of the statue is a famous monarch in Portuguese history. He rode on a big horse, very powerful, it and the Arc de Triomphe on the side of each other, making the entire business square very grand momentum.
Portugal, Lisbon... On the Trade Square stands the statue of Juan I. It symbolizes the glory of Portugal at that time!!
The camera is full of beautiful scenery, looking forward to the next meeting.