This is Lisbon, Portugal. This is because the bronze horse sculptured by Joseph I riding in the middle of the square is black. So is it a little like Prague Square? Haha seems a little bit like it!?
I would like to go there tomorrow after meetings. to shopping and go to castle besides
It's worth going. The sun is shining and the sky is always blue. It's not cold in winter.
One of the most beautiful squares in Europe is very popular.
Lisbon Trade Square is surrounded by the Stock Exchange Center, the Post Office and the Augusta Arch to commemorate the victory. Old trams shuttle in a wide square. In the middle of the square is a sculpture of Joseph I riding a horse. At the end of the square is a large Arc de Triomphe. The area between the Trade Square and Rosio Square is the famous commercial district of Lisbon. The ancient buildings on both sides of the road are crowded with tourists. The square is very large, from the Arc de Triomphe to the sea (river). Here you can see the colorful trams coming and going in Lisbon, the sculpture of Joseph I, the Arc de Triomphe and the seagulls at the seaside (which is also included in the estuary of the Terra River). It's a good landmark.
Lisbon Business Square, also known as Trade Square or Black Horse Square, is Lisbon's largest and most prosperous square. In front of the square is the wharf. There are many gulls and pigeons. It's really beautiful. Outside the famous Arc de Triomphe, stands a statue of heroes in Portuguese history. The whole square is very broad, which fully reflects the strength of Portugal in the past.
The Business Square is located in the old town of Lisbon on the river Teju, which is one of the most important squares in Lisbon. The yellow municipal building surrounds three sides, the other side is directly opposite the Tejo River, and the central statue of the square, which makes the square very beautiful. In addition, there are many restaurants around the square. Whether it's afternoon tea or dinner, it's a great choice. Super recommended square!
Business Square is still worth visiting. Crossing the magnificent Arc de Triomphe is the Commercial (Palace) Square, flanked by a long government office building with a statue of Joseph I riding a horse in the middle, and in front of it is the Tejo River. There is also the only vertical elevator nearby, the Santa Husta elevator, which can be strolled slowly and looked slowly.
Business Square was once the site of the palace in the 16th century. It was flattened by the earthquake in 1755. Then it was planned and designed by Prime Minister Pomper of Portugal. The central part of the square was Joseph I's riding statue. The buildings on both sides of the Arc de Triomphe Square were built near the business square of the government office. The shops near the business square were unique to Portugal, the bustling business center of Lisbon. Granite floor tiles with unique patterns, white background and black flowers, are a beautiful scenery in this city with unique charm