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Welcome to Lisbon, a city full of charms and delights, that promises to capture your heart and create unforgettable memories.

Located on the bank of the Tagus River, the city of the seven hills offers a unique experience, full of history, breathtaking views, gastronomic delights and never ending friendliness.

Its historical monuments bear witness to centuries of history, which have shaped its identity. But Lisbon is much more than just its rich heritage.

Lisbon is a cosmopolitan city in constant evolution, which embraces progress without losing its essence. It is a city full of life, where tradition and modernity merge in perfect harmony. The old quarters with their narrow and winding streets, its picturesque architecture and its vibrant nightlife captivate 4.5 million visitors every year.

And, in 2024, it will host 250 Indian Motorcycle riders from European IMRGs. One thing is guaranteed: it will be an unforgettable event!

The Legend of Saint Vincent and the Crows of Lisbon

This saint was born in the Spanish city of Zaragoza, at the end of the third century. When Diocletian decided to persecute the Christians, Vincent was one of the many captured by the Romans, but despite the many tortures they subjected him to, he always refused to abandon his faith in God and Christianity.

When he finally died, victim of the most brutal tortures (among other things, he was roasted on a grill), the martyr's body was first abandoned and then thrown into the sea, floating for days until it reached the coast near Sagres, always being accompanied and protected by crows.

A chapel to this saint was built on the site, and it was also always protected by crows. At the end of the 12th century, D. Afonso Henriques promised to recover the bones of the martyr São Vicente if he conquered Lisbon from the Moors. He did so in 1173 and the saint's relics were brought to the capital of Portugal and, according to the legend, two crows accompanied the ship during the journey to Lisbon. São Vicente became the patron saint of Lisbon; the crows and the ship, the symbols of Lisbon.

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