Da Corte Building
Edifício da Corte is located on the Street and Calçada do Ferragial, located next to the Fernandina Fence, wall built by D. Fernando in 1373 to account for the reality and growth of the population of the time, since the previous Cerca Moura no longer supported in the post-recapture period. Together, but at the time outside the Wall, hence its Latin name (farrago inis) meaning "field where harvested green cereals are grown."
A few centuries later, the area was once the site of the famous Corte Real Palace, one of the most majestic palaces in the history of Lisbon, totally destroyed in the earthquake and tsunami of 1755. Ler Mais
15 Apartments divided by one Loft and one & two bedroom apartments, with areas from 50 to 128 m2, which are named after Kings and Queens of Portugal.
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A Vida Portuguesa was born from an investigation into old Portuguese products, to highlight the quality of national manufacturing and to showcase Portugal in a surprising light.
"The work done for the Edifício da Corte is special because of its size and characteristics."
Portuguese Kings and Queens
ALMARIA, imbues the interiors of Edíficio da Corte's apartments with design elements that are both quintessentially Portuguese and characteristic of the surrounding neighbourhood and local history and culture, making them absolutely unique in the city.
Nicknamed "the Conqueror", was the first King of Portugal from 1139 to 1185 date of his death
D.Mafalda de Saboia
Was the first queen of Portugal, from 1146 until the date of her death.
Nicknamed the "King Lavrador" and the "King Poet", was King of Portugal from 1279 until his death.
D.Isabel de Aragão
It was popularly known as Queen Santa Isabel, having been beatified and later canonized.
Dubbed "the Just" and "Cruel", was King of Portugal from 1357 until his death.
D.Inês de Castro
Was a noble Galician, posthumous queen of Portugal, loved by the future king D. Pedro I of Portugal.
When Don Pedro I of Castile died, he left masculine heirs, D. Fernando, as a grandson of Sancho IV of Castile declared inheritance of the throne
In his reign the islands of Porto Santo (1418), the Island of Madeira (1419) and the Azores (1427) were discovered.
D.Filipa de Lencastre
She became queen consort of Portugal through the marriage with King João I and agreed within the scope of the Luso-English Alliance.
Was born in Viseu, nicknamed "the Eloquent" and "King Philosopher", was King of Portugal from 1433 until his death.
Continued the Portuguese explorations which led to the discovery of the maritime route to India and Brazil.
D.Leonor de Avis
For her exemplary life, for having been a merciful queen and also for her Christian virtues, she has achieved the nickname of "The Perfect Princess".
He died in North Africa, in the battle of Alcácer Quibir, leaving no descendants, paving the way for the delivery of the crown to the Filipes of Spain.
The reign of D. José I is mainly marked by the policies of his Secretary of State, the Marquis of Pombal, who reorganized the laws, the economy and the Portuguese society.
Granted asylum to numerous French aristocrats who had escaped the terror of the French Revolution (1789-1799).
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Conveniently located, full of character with vaulted ceilings in a recently converted building. This is so well done you could literally move in (if you could afford to buy it). Close to bars, restaurants and the sea front.