Tower of Belem, Lisbon is a four-story tower that was commissioned by King John II to be built in the early 16th century

The whole way around the tower is decorated with crosses of the Order of Chris

The statue of Our Lady of Safe Homecoming faces the water to protect departing sailors

Clear view of the bartizan looking out onto the Bulwark Terrace

Posing outside one of the bartizans

Looking through the stone balcony on 2nd floor of the Tower of Belem.

Monumental columns of the Sanctuary of Our Lady of Fatima

The statue of Our Lady of Fatima in the niche above the main entrance to the Basilica

Shrine of Our Lady of Fatima at night

Monumental columns

Candlelight procession outside Fatima Sanctuary by the Chapel of the Apparitions

The large statue of Our Lady of Fatima, that stands in the niche above the main entrance of the basilica, was sculpted by American priest Thomas McGlynn

Shrine of Our Lady of Fatima, The first apparitions of Our Lady were the three shepherd children, on 13th May 1917

Shrine of Our Lady of Fatima, cross and stained glass windows near the main altar

he monument to the Sacred Heart of Jesus, in the center of the Fatima square, which is over a spring of water

40x40 ft sculpture is called "The Greatest Heart in the World" is a tribute to Pope Francis and his big heart - created by Fernando Crespo.

40x40 sculpture dedicated to Pope Francis in Fatima

Created for the 100th Anniversary of Our Lady of Fatima

Close up of the 40x40 sculpture

Mass being celebrated inside St. Anthony's Church

"Suspension" by Joana Vasconcelo- was created as a temporary giant 85ft glow in the dark rosary sculpture for the visit of Pope Francis at the 100th anniversary of our lady of Fatima

"Suspension" by Joana Vasconcelo at night time, glowing in the dark

Lisbon Cathedral, the cathedral is a composite expression of several architectural styles: Romanesque, Gothic, Baroque, and Neoclassical, combined in a robust structure haloed by an all-engrossing medieval vibe.

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