Lisbon Cathedral, commonly called Sé de Lisboa, is the oldest and most important church in the city. It was built in the twelfth century in the Romanesque style. Its full name is Santa Maria Maior. During its history the cathedral has been renovated several times as it has suffered several natural disasters. The great earthquake of 1755 destroyed several parts of the church.
This is a Portuguese public bank founded in 1876, since 1993 it has assumed the operation of a universal bank, making purchases from banks in different countries, for example, Spain, South Africa, Mozambique, Cape Verde and the USA. The building in the photos is headquartered in Lisbon, it's a striking, spectacular building occupying an entire block. Based on feedback from locals its construction brought controversy. In front of this building is a miniature parking lot for bank workers and a small amphitheater for summer shows, all of course funded by the bank. You will also see some houses that contrast enough with the ostentatious construction opposite. But the funny thing is that flowers embellish the humility and not the cold walls.