Eduardo VII Park

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The central lane of Eduardo VII Park, with Lisbon and the Tagus river in the background

The Eduardo VII Park (Portuguese: Parque Eduardo VII) is a public park in Lisbon, Portugal.[1] The park occupies an area of 26 hectares to the north of the Avenida da Liberdade and the Marquis of Pombal Square, in the centre of the city.

Its name pays homage to Edward VII of the United Kingdom who visited Portugal in 1902, to strengthen the relations between the two countries. Until that visit, its name was Liberty Park (Parque da Liberdade).

Within the area of the Park are the Carlos Lopes Pavilion (the former Portuguese pavilion of the 1922 Rio de Janeiro International Exposition) and the Estufa Fria (a 1.5 hectare greenhouse garden).[2]

On the northern top of the park is a flagpole where the present largest Flag of Portugal of the world is usually flown.

The Lisbon Book Fair is annually in the Eduardo VII.


  1. ^ "Edward VII Park". Go Lisbon. Retrieved 19 July 2016.
  2. ^ "Parque Eduardo VII". Portugal Visitor. Retrieved 19 July 2016.

Coordinates: 38°43′42″N 9°9′10″W / 38.72833°N 9.15278°W / 38.72833; -9.15278