Lisbon is situated on the northern banks of the River Tagus, the longest river (626 miles) on the Iberian Peninsula. The river has impacts on the city from end to end.
For about a mile along the Tagus, you can take a 100-foot-high cable car line, which ends at the city’s Nations Park. Riders are warned in writing: “The use of the Telecabine is forbidden to persons who are notoriously drunk or appear to have psychic anomaly.”
Some other of the 450 species of oceanarium residents.
The river is for recreation, too, and little harbors can be found all along the river’s edge.
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