Lisbon Earthquake. November 1, 1755. All over Europe scientists and priests debated the cause of the quake. In the face of a widespread belief that the calamity expressed divine wrath, scientists promoted the more rational idea that the tremors were caused by natural forces.
Very typical of 854 columns this forest initially) of marble, jasper and granite on which are supported by three hundred sixty-five bicolor horseshoe arches. Some are inclined, in response to the earthquake of Lisbon, the first of November
PERCURSO PEDONAL ASSISTIDO DA BAIXA AO CASTELO DE SÃO JORGE Rua da Vitória / Rua dos Fanqueiros nº 170 a 178 e Rua da Madalena 147 a 155 Lisboa (Portugal) Finalista FAD Arquitectura 2014 AUTORES: João Pedro Falcão de Campos