The official residence for the Portuguese Prime Minister is a mansion, which, in confusion, is often called “São Bento Palace” but that’s the name of the nearby building, home of the Assembly of the Republic, the Portuguese parliament.
Dated from 1877, this mansion has been the official residence for all the Portuguese heads of government since 1938.
Even so, just a few of them had really lived on the mansion. The actual Prime Minister, António Costa, is one of those Prime Ministers that does not live in the mansion, using it as his office and venue for all official meetings and receptions.
And yes, it is also my workplace.
I took this photo with a Polaroid Spectra/Image Elite using using The Impossible Project Color Film For Image / Spectra.
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