From the Monument to the Discoveries, I then went to the Jeronimos Monastery, another UNESCO World Heritage monument.
According to UNESCO, it was declared a world heritage monument because…
“Standing at the entrance to Lisbon harbour, the Monastery of the Hieronymites – construction of which began in 1502 – exemplifies Portuguese art at its best.”
Entrance fee is 8 Euros but it was a Sunday so the fee was waived!
You still have to go through registration, though.
I took a lot of photos inside the monastery but I’ve only uploaded some.
You may view the slide show or visit the album itself. I also took a video that can be viewed HERE.