One of the most stunning modern sights in Lisbon is Oriente Station. It was built by master architect Santiago Calatrava with a roof of glass and steel made to look like a row of trees.
It houses a train station, a Metro, and a bus terminal. The entrance to the Metro platform has huge tile murals designed by some of the best local and international contemporary artists.
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Where: Alameda dos Oceanos, Parque das Nações
How: Metro - Oriente Station
Oceanarium - An odyssey of sea creatures in a state-of-the-art building.
Portugal Pavillion - A gravity-defying structure.
Atlantic Pavillion - A UFO-like arena.
Interactive Science Museum - Scientific exhibits with cutting-edge technology.
Vasco da Gama Tower - The city's tallest building with a panoramic viewing platform.
Vasco da Gama Bridge - One of the world's longest bridges.
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