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Porto is the second-largest city in Portugal, after Lisbon, as well as one of the major urban areas in Southern Europe and the capital of the second major great urban area in Portugal. The urban area of Porto, which extends beyond the administrative limits of the city, has a population of 1.3 million in an area of 189 km2, making it the second-largest urban area in Portugal. The Porto Metropolitan Area includes an estimated 1,7 million people. It is recognized as a Gamma-level global city by the Globalization and World Cities Study Group, being one of five cities on the Iberian Peninsula with global city status, the others being Madrid, Barcelona, Lisbon and Valencia.

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Casa das Artes

Casa das Artes

Architect
Eduardo Souto de MouraBrowse Eduardo Souto de Moura
Location
Porto, PortugalBrowse Porto, Portugal
Type
auditoriumBrowse auditorium, exposition spaceBrowse exposition space, cinemaBrowse cinema
Year
1981 Browse 1981
Food Container Remixed

Food Container Remixed

Architect
Spacelab ArchitectsBrowse Spacelab Architects
Location
Porto Sant'Elpidio, ItalyBrowse Porto Sant'Elpidio, Italy
Type
RetailBrowse Retail, ShopBrowse Shop, commercial spaceBrowse commercial space, shopping centreBrowse shopping centre, marketBrowse market, mallBrowse mall
Year
2008 Browse 2008

Manoel de Oliveira Cinema House

Manoel de Oliveira Cinema House

Architect
Eduardo Souto de MouraBrowse Eduardo Souto de Moura
Location
Porto, PortugalBrowse Porto, Portugal
Type
cultureBrowse culture, exposition spaceBrowse exposition space
Year
1998 Browse 1998
São João National Theatre Archive

São João National Theatre Archive

Architect
Paulo ProvidênciaBrowse Paulo Providência
Location
Porto, PortugalBrowse Porto, Portugal
Type
ArchiveBrowse Archive
Year
2005 Browse 2005

Guindais Funicular

Guindais Funicular

Architect
Adalberto DiasBrowse Adalberto Dias
Location
Porto, PortugalBrowse Porto, Portugal
Type
tram stationBrowse tram station, funicularBrowse funicular
Year
2003 Browse 2003
Transparent Building

Transparent Building

Architect
Manuel de Solà-MoralesBrowse Manuel de Solà-Morales
Location
Porto, PortugalBrowse Porto, Portugal
Type
leisureBrowse leisure, shopping centreBrowse shopping centre, parkBrowse park
Year
2002 Browse 2002

Housing Block

Housing Block

Architect
Eduardo Souto de MouraBrowse Eduardo Souto de Moura
Location
Porto, PortugalBrowse Porto, Portugal
Type
housingBrowse housing
Year
1995 Browse 1995
Urban Renewal Aliados Avenue

Urban Renewal Aliados Avenue

Architect
Alvaro Siza VieiraBrowse Alvaro Siza Vieira, Eduardo Souto de MouraBrowse Eduardo Souto de Moura
Location
Porto, PortugalBrowse Porto, Portugal
Type
urban planBrowse urban plan, squareBrowse square
Year
2005 Browse 2005

Vodafone Office

Vodafone Office

Architect
barbosa & guimaraes arquitectosBrowse barbosa & guimaraes arquitectos
Location
Porto, PortugalBrowse Porto, Portugal
Type
OfficeBrowse Office
Year
2009 Browse 2009
Casa Armanda Passos

Casa Armanda Passos

Architect
Alvaro Siza VieiraBrowse Alvaro Siza Vieira
Location
Porto, PortugalBrowse Porto, Portugal
Type
Private HouseBrowse Private House
Year
2005 Browse 2005


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