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Olives Garden CCB

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The Olives Garden, situated in the Centro Cultural de Belem, is very pleasant, consisting of two lakes with fountains, and as its name indicates, consists of olive groves, a very typical symbol of the Portuguese landscape. There is also an esplanade where you can enjoy a meal or just a drink and enjoy one of the most beautiful views of Lisbon.

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