The Monument to the Discoveries – 1960; Lisbon, PortugalThe structure was designed by Cottinelli Telmo, who was replaced after his death by the primary architect; António Pardal Monteiro. Located on the bank of the Tagus River, the celebratory project was inaugurated in August of 1960. The sculpture represents the age of exploration, and stands as a monument to the discoveries of the great minds of the world. 33 historical figures are present, representing a number of different professions and backgrounds. They are all poised towards the open river, which symbolizes the unknown sea. For any statue customized, please feel free to contact with You Fine.
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Post time: 2019-04-22