EXPO 1998 LISBON
Parque das Nações is a recent neighborhood recreated in the late 90s with the aim of hosting the EXPO98 event, the world exhibition that took place in Lisbon in 1998, where most countries in the world were represented, with their cultures and shows. Parque das Nações is the most modern area of the city of Lisbon, with infrastructures of contemporary design, a part of the city created from an old industrial area to originate the new neighborhood of the city of Lisbon which is calle Parque das Nações.
The Expo, as it is also known, is one of the main places of nightlife in the Portuguese capital due to the street of bars and clubs that are found here. Parque das Nações hosts various buildings of modern architecture, namely the Portuguese Pavilion by Álvaro Siza Vieira, the Lisbon Oceanarium by Peter Chermayeff, the Atlantic Pavilion by Regino Cruz , Teatro Camões by Manuel Salgado and Gare do Oriente by Santiago Calatrava.