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Odivelas is a charming parish in Portugal, located more exactly within the Odivelas municipality, in the Lisbon Metropolitan Area. The history of Odivelas goes back to the reign of King Dinis, when the area was settled. Since then, Odivelas has developed hugely and has grown into a great parish. The city of Odivelas has a total population of 53,448 residents, while the municipality of Odivelas is home to 133,894 inhabitants. Odivelas is also a popular tourist spot, as many people come to enjoy the tranquility of this city and its picturesque scenery. There are many cultural and recreational opportunities you can profit from while in Odivelas, so your staying here will definitely be a pleasant one.

Top Attractions within Odivelas

The Convent of Saint Denis of Odivelas is the most famous monument of the city and its most representative landmark at the same time. The feminine convent was founded by Kind Dinis I and dates back to 1295. The convent housed many famous religious women throughout the years and was also frequently visited by kings and queens. The church is a great example of Gothic architecture, but it also has features of Manueline and Baroque styles.

The Odivelas Memorial is an interesting monument dating back from the 14th century, carrying a coat of arms of Portugal in the late 15th century style--that is when the monument was restored. It remains uncertain why the monument was built, but tradition has it that it was erected to mark the arrival of the body of King Dinis in the city, who was buried in the aforementioned convent.

The Aguas Livres Aqueduct is a historic aqueduct linking the city of Odivelas to the Portugal's capital city, Lisbon. The aqueduct counts as on of the most representative examples of Portuguese engineering of the 18th century and covers 18 km. A commemorative arch can be seen in the Amoreiras neighborhood. It is a true masterpiece that you should not miss seeing while in Odivelas.