- September 4
Aerial view of Estádio da Luz, SL Benfica's football stadium.
- August 28
- August 14
- July 31
- July 17
Panoramic view of the historical part of Porto, featuring the river Douro.
Photo credit: User:Olegivvit. Edited by User:Diliff.
- July 3
Panoramic of the 25 de Abril Bridge, that links Lisbon and Almada.
Photo credit: Stock.xchng
- June 19
Lisbon Oceanarium, a marine biology museum and one of the largest aquariums in the world.
Photo credit: Nol Aders
Padrão dos Descobrimentos, Sculpture on the Discoveries Age and Portuguese Navigators in Lisbon. Photo credit: Abelson
- June 5
The portrait of António Salazar being removed from the headquarters of the political police, the PIDE, during the Carnation Revolution of 1974.
- May 22
The Hieronymites Monastery (Mosteiro dos Jerónimos).
- May 8
Political poster issued by the United People Alliance, celebrating the 10th anniversary of the Carnation Revolution.
- April 24
- April 17
- April 10
- April 3
The Portuguese participation in World War I started when Portugal was forced by Britain to confiscate the German ships interned in Portuguese ports. Germany reacted by declaring war on Portugal, thus forcing the Portuguese into the war, on the Allies side.
- March 27
A Portguguese F-84 being loaded with amunition in the 60's, at the Luanda Air Base, during the Portuguese Colonial War
- March 20
Window of the Convent of the Order of Christ, in Tomar, a Templar stronghold built by Dom Gualdim Pais, provincial Master of the Order of the Temple in 1160.
- March 13
The Assembly of the Republic (Portuguese: Assembleia da República) is the Portuguese parliament; its building in Lisbon is referred to as Palácio de São Bento (Saint Benedict's Palace).
- March 6
The battle of Aljubarrota took place on August 14, 1385, between Portuguese forces commanded by King John I of Portugal and his general Nuno Álvares Pereira, and the Castilian army of John I of Castile.
- February 28