The Pavilhão de Portugal located in Parque das Nações, Lisbon is classified as Monument of Public Interest. This building, created by the Portuguese architect Álvaro Siza Vieira, welcomed the Portuguese national representation in the Expo 98.
Its architecture is renowned for its wide ceremonial plaza covered by a prestressed concrete visor, whose design and implementation is based on the idea of a sheet of paper based on two bricks. Apart from this stronger side of the building, the Monument still includes two floors with varying size rooms and an interior courtyard.
The Pavilion of Portugal is part of the of the Universidade de Lisboa (ULisboa) heritage since August 1, 2015 and it is expected that this emblematic area of Lisbon to be the scene of a number of initiatives and events, within education, scientific research and culture, promoted by ULisboa