Parque das Nações

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Lisbon’s Canary Wharf

A city risen for the purposes of World Expo 1998 from scratch, basically out of the gloomy and ugly industrial depots, now represents a modern home of most spectacular architectural works of art, as well as headquarters of many national and international companies and other multidisciplinary facilities. Some of the finest architectural achievements include: Pavilhão de Portugal designed by renowned Portuguese architect Álvaro Siza Vieira, featuring prestressed concrete representing a long sheet of paper resting on two concrete bricks, never achieved before by anyone in that span; then Oceanário de Lisboa, cable car, grand Altice Arena, venue of the biggest events in the country, Lisbon Twin Towers, wonderful Oriente train station, and magnificent Vasco da Gama Tower and of course Vasco da Gama Bridge - the longest bridge in Europe. The Park of the Nations also hosts many apartment buildings offering modern comfortable living options, including kindergartens, schools, hospitals, huge Oriente shopping center, as well as many other amenities.

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