Better known as the “monumental area” – representations of the country’s main monuments, from the Lisbon area in particular, surrounded by models of the main monuments of the regions of Trás-os-Montes, Douro, Minho and Beiras in the north, as well as Ribatejo, Alentejo and Algarve further south.
Particularly remarkable is the replica of the window of the Convent of Christ in Tomar, carved in stone by Valentim de Azevedo.
Ethnographic and monumental representation of current Portuguese-speaking African Countries, Brazil, Macau, India and East Timor, enveloped in native vegetation.
Adjacent to this area of the Portuguese-Speaking Countries are the main monuments of the Autonomous Regions of Madeira and Azores, bordered by large lakes, to resemble the islands in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean.
Contiguous with that area is the nucleus of Coimbra, recreated through its main monuments, including the University.
Traditional houses from the North to the South of Portugal, recreated down to the smallest detail. Due to the reduced scale and the particularities of each house, this is certainly the most popular space among children.