Basílica da Estrela(Estrela Basilica) of Lisbon – Amazing 18th century church with rich architecture in Lisbon

Lisbon, the fantastic Portuguese city isn’t only Portugal’s capital but a major holiday attraction for many tourists from various parts of the world to arrive and enjoy ‘happy-filled’ holidays with Lisbon’s bunch of holiday factors and attractions, throughout the year. One of the beautiful and iconic Roman Catholic church to visit and admire in Lisbon is Basílica da Estrela(Estrela Basilica) and also addressed as ‘Royal Basilica and Convent of the Most Sacred Heart of Jesus’ of Lisbon, Portugal. From the main city centre of Lisbon, you shall reach Royal Basilica and Convent of the Most Sacred Heart of Jesus by travelling just 3 kilometre, following the directions. Basílica da Estrela(Estrela Basilica) is a 18th century church built in Lisbon located in a hill with giant dome, a mixture of late baroque and neoclassical architecture, impressive façade, bell towers, and statues of saints, this is one of the most beautiful architecture in Lisbon and the use of grey, pink and yellow marble on the interior works, makes it more picturesque and unique in Lisbon, Portugal. Queen Maria I’s tomb and the popular nativity scene made by sculptor Joaquim Machado de Castro, are two major attractions for tourists to visit Basílica da Estrela(Estrela Basilica) and do take guided tours to enjoy your visit with more knowledge about the rich history, cultural heritage and architectural values, while holidaying in Lisbon.