National Pantheon Santa Engrácia
Portugal, Lisboa city

The National Pantheon of Santa Engrácia is a memorial and tomb located in Lisbon, Portugal. It was built as a church in the 17th century, but was later converted into the pantheon, or national cemetery, in 1966. It is dedicated to Portuguese figures who have made significant contributions to the country's history, culture, and arts.
The pantheon is considered a masterpiece of Portuguese Baroque architecture, and features a large dome, intricate stonework, and elaborate frescoes and sculptures. Some of the notable figures interred at the pantheon include former Portuguese presidents, poets, and artists.
Visitors to the pantheon can admire its architectural and artistic beauty, and pay their respects to the individuals who are remembered there. The pantheon is open to the public and offers guided tours, providing an interesting glimpse into Portugal's history and culture.