Inaugurated in September 2009, the Casa das Histórias Paula Rego is the result of the combined efforts and strong determination shown by both the Cascais Municipal Council and the artist herself, who lived for a long time in Estoril. The museum (...)
Camilo’s House – MuseumNot having, however, the main characteristics that define the residence of the “brasileiro de torna viagem” (“the returning back Brazilian”), S. Miguel de Seide house was built around 1830, with the money saved in Brazil by (...)
In 1993, Lisbon Council founded the Casa Fernando Pessoa in the building in which the poet lived during the last years of his life. Fernando Pessoa is regarded as one of the world's greatest poets.The aim of this institution is to encourage the (...)
The residence of António de Medeiros e Almeida (1895-1986) was converted into a house-museum by the owner himself in the early 1970s. He established the Medeiros e Almeida Foundation, to which he donated his whole estate, in 1973.The museum space (...)
The Castelo de São Jorge is one of Lisbon’s most distinctive monuments, being situated on the city’s highest hill.The oldest known fortification at this spot dates from the 2nd century BC, although some of the remains found here date from as far (...)
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