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March 7, 2017

Portugal: Carlos Lopes Pavilion Reopens to Host Events in Lisbon

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Carlos Lopes Pavilion in Lisbon reopened this February 18th. The building was closed since 2003 and is now renovated and ready to host cultural, social, corporate and sporting events, as well as congresses. The pavilion reopened on Carlos Lopes', Portuguese Olympic Champion, 70th birthday.

The pavilion, designed by architects Guilherme and Carlos Rebello de Andrade and Alfredo Assunção, was built in Lisbon, and taken by boat to Rio de Janeiro, to be the Portuguese Pavilion at the International Exhibition of Rio, in 1920. It was later rebuilt in Lisbon in 1932. Once called Palace of Exhibitions, it was renamed Pavilion Carlos Lopes, in honour of the Olympic athlete who won a gold medal at the 1984 Olympic Games.

The main venue has 2,000m2 and there are other flexible rooms to host 2,000 people, as well as an entrance with 180m2, two foyers with 280m2 and a Noble Room with 180m2.

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