Sé de Lisboa is a Roman Catholic cathedral located in the center of the city of Lisboa, Portugal. The cathedral is filled with beauty and awe-inspiring history and architecture, dating back to the 1150s. From its Gothic cloisters to its grandiose marble altarpiece, this iconic landmark is visited by history lovers and photographers alike. Despite being historically transformed over the centuries, Sé de Lisboa received its current Baroque design in 1700, as commissioned by King Joao V. Be sure to visit the roof too, to see a bird’s eye view of Lisboa! Inside, look out for a large pipe organ, two portable organs, three altars, and a Vivarini altarpiece. After touring the cathedral, take time to visit the crypt for a more intimate experience.