Cais do Sodré railway station
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Cais do Sodré train station
|Opened||18 August 1928|
Cais do Sodré (Portuguese pronunciation: [kaiʃ do sɔd'ɾe]) is a railway station in Lisbon, Portugal, serving as the terminus of the suburban route to the resort town Cascais. It is adjacent to the Lisbon Metro station of the same name which is the terminus for subway's Green Line (Linha da Caravela). It also has interchange to the ferry station of Transtejo & Soflusa company which offers ferries to Cacilhas, Seixal and Montijo.
The complex is situated at Duque da Terceira square in central Lisbon on the bank of Tagus. Train Station was opened on 18 August 1928, under a 'déco' architecture designed by Porfírio Pardal Monteiro (1897-1957). The architects of the subway building were Pedro Botelho and Nuno Teotónio Pereira. Subway station is decorated with works by abstract artist António Dacosta and is well known for having an underground waterfall.
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