The picture above is that of the Pharmacy Museum.
For this time, let’s go on for a brief tour of an adjoining restaurant “Pharmacia”.
The interior decorations are pretty exiting to be looked around---chairs, desks, shelves are from once-existed medieval hospital. You can be seated on a patio table to enjoy how the city of Lisbon goes around (It is how I actually enjoyed dining at this restaurant)
One of the highlights of Lisbon, The Plaza of Commercial (Praça do Comércio), is 15 minutes away from the Pharmacy Museum. It can be spotted on the way to Tajo river.
The Plaza of Commercial is also called “Palace Plaza”, which was built up on the ruin of Ribeira Palace (destructed in 1755 under the influence of an earthquake). It has an arch of triumph and you can climb it up, using stairs inside, so that you can be a part of a magnificent scenery of the plaza which is consisted of medieval buildings decorated with magnificent sculptures.
When you by chance drop in at UNO Ueno, we would appreciate if we can share where to go for a walk!
Please take good care of yourself and stay safe.