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The crowds in the Bairro Alto are a multicultural mix of people representing a broad cross-section of modern Portuguese society, many of them being entertainment seekers and devotees of various music genres outside the mainstream, Fado , Portugal's national music, still survives in the midst of the new nightlife. Bairro Alto literally the upper quarter in Portuguese is an area of central Lisbon that functions as a residential, shopping and entertainment district; it is the center of the Portuguese capital's nightlife, attracting hipster youth and members of various music subcultures. Among the majority of Latin speakers lived a large minority of Greek traders and slaves. During the Islamic invasion of Iberia , the Alfama constituted the largest part of the city, extending west to the Baixa neighbourhood. The city occupies an area of The average annual temperature is The maximum temperature recorded in Lisbon was Sunshine hours are 2, per year, from an average of 4. In the s, many of the districts were renovated and projects in the historic quarters were established to modernise those areas, for instance, architectural and patrimonial buildings were renovated, the northern margin of the Tagus was re-purposed for leisure and residential use, the Vasco da Gama Bridge was constructed and the eastern part of the municipality was re-purposed for Expo '98 to commemorate the th anniversary of Vasco da Gama 's sea voyage to India, a voyage that would bring immense riches to Lisbon and cause many of Lisbon's landmarks to be built. The Carnation Revolution , which took place on 25 April , ended the right-wing Estado Novo regime and reformed the country to become as it is today, the Portuguese Third Republic. It is a historical quarter of mixed-use buildings occupied by Fado bars, restaurants, and homes with small shops downstairs. In the 16th century, there was a brook there which the nobles used to promenade in their boats. Lisbon is recognised as an alpha-level global city because of its importance in finance, commerce, media, entertainment, arts, international trade, education and tourism. The Muslim influence is still visible in the Alfama district, an old quarter of Lisbon that survived the Lisbon earthquake : many place-names are derived from Arabic and the Alfama the oldest existing district of Lisbon was derived from the Arabic " al-hamma ". The 6 June revolution would see the end of that first republic and firmly establish the Estado Novo , or the Portuguese Second Republic , as the ruling regime. The city, with around , residents at the time, was returned to Christian rule. Architectural models were tested by having troops march around them to simulate an earthquake. Julius Caesar made it a municipium called Felicitas Julia , [17] adding to the name Olissipo. In , the Crusaders under Afonso Henriques reconquered the city and since then it has been the political, economic and cultural center of Portugal. Most of the Portuguese expeditions of the Age of Discovery left Lisbon during the period from the end of the 15th century to the beginning of the 17th century, including Vasco da Gama 's expedition to India in In , 3, Jews were massacred in Lisbon. As a result, the Pombaline Baixa is one of the first examples of earthquake-resistant construction. The Germanic Suebi , who established a kingdom in Gallaecia modern Galicia and northern Portugal , with its capital in Bracara Augusta , also controlled the region of Lisbon until On 6 August , Lisbon was taken by Muslim forces. Notable features of Pombaline structures include the Pombaline cage , a symmetrical wood-lattice framework aimed at distributing earthquake forces, and inter-terrace walls that were built higher than roof timbers to inhibit the spread of fires.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} In , the city was besieged by King Juan I of Castille , as a part of the ongoing — Crisis. On 1 November , the city was destroyed by another devastating earthquake , which killed an estimated 30, to 40, Lisbon residents [42] of a population estimated at between , and ,, [43] [44] and destroyed 85 percent of the city's structures. Its first attested Bishop was Potamius c. Following the disintegration of the Western Roman Empire there were barbarian invasions; between and the city was occupied successively by Sarmatians , Alans and Vandals. The reconquest of Portugal and re-establishment of Christianity is one of the most significant events in Lisbon's history, described in the chronicle Expugnatione Lyxbonensi , which describes, among other incidents, how the local bishop was killed by the crusaders and the city's residents prayed to the Virgin Mary as it happened. By the time the new King returned to Lisbon, many of the buildings and properties were pillaged, sacked or destroyed by the invaders. In , a fire in the historical district of Chiado saw the destruction of many 18th-century Pombaline style buildings. Lisbon was the site of the regicide of Carlos I of Portugal in , an event which culminated two years later in the establishment of the First Republic. During the Neolithic period, the region was inhabited by Pre-Celtic tribes, who built religious and funerary monuments, megaliths , dolmens and menhirs , which still survive in areas on the periphery of Lisbon. Locally, Lisbon's inhabitants may commonly refer to the spaces of Lisbon in terms of historic Bairros de Lisboa neighbourhoods. On 7 July , Lisbon held the ceremony of the "New 7 Wonders Of The World" [47] election, in the Luz Stadium , with live transmission for millions of people all over the world. The municipality of Lisbon included 53 freguesias civil parishes until November A new law "Lei n. A series of restoration works has brought the area back to its former self and made it a high-scale shopping district. During the Estado Novo regime — , Lisbon was expanded at the cost of other districts within the country, resulting in nationalist and monumental projects. The Mouraria, or Moorish quarter, is one of the most traditional neighborhoods of Lisbon, [58] although most of its old buildings were demolished by the Estado Novo between the s and the s. In Lisbon was raided and occupied by Norwegian crusaders led by Sigurd I on their way to the Holy Land as part of the Norwegian Crusade and occupied by crusader forces for three years. This was mainly due to its outer area of mostly commercial buildings, which acted as barriers to the noise-generating nightlife which acted as a buffer to the residential communities surrounding it. The area is commonly known as docas docks , since most of the clubs and bars are housed in converted dock warehouses. Lisbon is one of the oldest cities in the world , and the second-oldest European capital city after Athens , predating other modern European capitals by centuries. Classical authors writing in Latin and Greek, including Strabo , Solinus , and Martianus Capella , [18] [19] referred to popular legends that the city of Lisbon was founded by the mythical hero Ulysses Odysseus. While the Lisbon earthquake caused considerable damage throughout the capital, the Alfama survived with little damage, thanks to its compact labyrinth of narrow streets and small squares. Ruled by a series of Germanic tribes from the 5th century, it was captured by the Moors in the 8th century. Following the defeat of Hannibal in BC during the Punic wars , the Romans determined to deprive Carthage of its most valuable possession: Hispania the Iberian Peninsula. Lusitanian raids and rebellions during Roman occupation required the construction of a wall around the settlement. In , Lisbon was the European Capital of Culture. With its central location, Lisbon became the capital city of the new Portuguese territory in The first Portuguese university was founded in Lisbon in by King Denis I ; for many years the Studium Generale General Study was transferred intermittently to Coimbra , where it was installed permanently in the 16th century as the University of Coimbra. Modernising trends have invigorated the district: old houses have been re-purposed or remodeled, while new buildings have been constructed. Oliver Wendell Holmes, Sr. By , Lisbon was one of the largest cities in Europe; the catastrophic event shocked the whole of Europe and left a deep impression on its collective psyche. The inauguration of the bridge over the Tagus allowed rapid connection between both sides of the river. These conquerors, who were mostly Berbers and Arabs from North Africa and the Middle East , built many mosques and houses, rebuilt the city wall known as the Cerca Moura and established administrative control, while permitting the diverse population Muladi , Mozarabs , Berbers , Arabs , Jews , Zanj and Saqaliba to maintain their socio-cultural lifestyles. During the 19th century, the Liberal movement introduced new changes into the urban landscape. The succession crisis of , initiated a sixty-year period of dual monarchy in Portugal and Spain under the Spanish Habsburgs. Although today it is quite central, it was once a mere suburb of Lisbon, comprising mostly farms and country estates of the nobility with their palaces. Some of the Muslim residents converted to Roman Catholicism and most of those who did not convert fled to other parts of the Islamic world, primarily Muslim Spain and North Africa. Islam was the official religion practised by the Arabs, Berbers, Zanj, Saqaliba and Muladi muwalladun. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}The westernmost portions of its metro area, the Portuguese Riviera , form the westernmost point of Continental Europe , culminating at Cabo da Roca. In , as part of the Reconquista , crusader knights led by Afonso I of Portugal besieged and reconquered Lisbon. The first, the 5 October revolution , brought an end to the Portuguese monarchy and established the highly unstable and corrupt Portuguese First Republic. Following the disaster, Pombal took the lead in rebuilding Lisbon, imposing strict conditions and guidelines on the construction of the city, and transforming the organic street plan that characterised the district before the earthquake into its current grid pattern. Local authorities were granted self-rule over a territory that extended 50 kilometres 31 miles ; exempt from taxes, its citizens were given the privileges of Roman citizenship, [17] and it was then integrated with the Roman province of Lusitania whose capital was Emerita Augusta. The resulting Treaty of Lisbon was signed on 13 December and came into force on 1 December Lisbon has been the site for many international events and programmes. By the time of the Fall of Rome , Olissipo had become a notable Christian center. Decimus obtained the alliance of Olissipo which sent men to fight alongside the Roman Legions against the northwestern Celtic tribes by integrating it into the empire, as the Municipium Cives Romanorum Felicitas Julia. For a brief time Lisbon was an independent Muslim kingdom known as the Taifa of Lisbon — , before being conquered by the larger Taifa of Badajoz. Instead of rebuilding the medieval town, Pombal decided to demolish what remained after the earthquake and rebuild the city centre in accordance with principles of modern urban design. In Lisbon was the target of an incursion by the English Armada led by Francis Drake , while Queen Elizabeth supported a Portuguese pretender in Antonio, Prior of Crato , but support for Crato was lacking and the expedition was a failure. Fado, the typically Portuguese style of melancholy music, is common but not obligatory in the restaurants of the district. Lisbon's name may have been derived from Proto-Celtic or Celtic Olisippo , Lissoppo , or a similar name which other visiting peoples like the ancient Phoenicians, Greeks and Romans adapted accordingly, such as the pre-Roman appellation for the Tagus River, Lisso or Lucio. Another claim repeated in non-academic literature is that the name of Lisbon could be traced back to Phoenician times, referring to a supposedly Phoenician term Alis-Ubo , meaning "safe harbour". Economically strong, Olissipo was known for its garum a fish sauce highly prized by the elites of the empire and exported in amphorae to Rome , wine, salt, and horse-breeding, while Roman culture permeated the hinterland. Mozarabic was the native language spoken by most of the Christian population although Arabic was widely known as spoken by all religious communities. Many of these ruins were first unearthed during the midth century when the recent discovery of Pompeii made Roman archaeology fashionable among Europe's upper classes. Olissipo, like most great cities in the Western Empire, was a center for the dissemination of Christianity. The city was ruled by an oligarchical council dominated by two families, the Julii and the Cassiae, although regional authority was administered by the Roman Governor of Emerita or directly by Emperor Tiberius. The city was connected by a broad road to Western Hispania's two other large cities, Bracara Augusta in the province of Tarraconensis Portuguese Braga , and Emerita Augusta , the capital of Lusitania. Increasingly, the Alfama became inhabited by fishermen and the poor: its fame as a poor neighbourhood continues to this day. These communities have no clearly defined boundaries and represent distinctive quarters of the city that have in common a historical culture, similar living standards, and identifiable architectural landmarks, as exemplified by the Bairro Alto , Alfama , Chiado , and so forth. As a result of the end of Muslim rule, spoken Arabic quickly lost its place in the everyday life of the city and disappeared altogether. More than , refugees were able to flee Nazi Germany via Lisbon. All mosques were either completely destroyed or converted into churches. The period from to was marked by periodic skirmishes between Portugal and Spain, as well as short episodes of more serious warfare until the Treaty of Lisbon was signed in In the early 18th century, gold from Brazil allowed King John V to sponsor the building of several Baroque churches and theatres in the city. 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