In the Baixa (lower city) area in central Lisbon, south of the Rossio square, is a large pedestrian area centered on the Rua Augusta. This area contains many historic buildings, which house a multitude of shops and cafes. The Comercio square lies along the Tagus river and was the location of the royal palace between 1511 and 1755, the year in which it was destroyed by an earthquake.

01 Jewelry shop in do Carmo street 02 Jewelry shop 03 Inside a cafe 04 Cafe staircase 05 Cafe staircase 06 Inside a cafe
07 Rua Augusta 08 Hotel Internacional 09 Street artist performing as bronze statue 10 Rua Augusta pedestrian area 11 Rua Augusta pedestrian area 12 Rua Augusta pedestrian area
13 Rua Augusta pedestrian area 14 Rua Augusta pedestrian area 15 Pedestrian area and Santa Justa elevator 16 Arco da Victoria arch on Praca do Comercio square 17 Arco da Victoria arch on Praca do Comercio square
18 Equestrian statue of King Jose I 19 Tramway in Comercio square 20 Pedestrian area at sunset 21 Pedestrian area at sunset
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