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Best things to do in Lissabon

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“Once home to the royal family, it's a palace turned museum whose rooms still preserve the original layout and decoration.”
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Museum
“The related​ architecture of our Ocean Epopeia (Exploration on the XV th century) ”
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Science Museum
“Maritime Museum - The story of Portugal's pioneering role in world exploration at the sea. (Closed Mondays)”
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Museum
“The Portuguese film Library is a public institution dedicated to the dissemination and preservation of film art and, in particular, Portuguese Cinema. It was created in 1948, in Lisbon, where it remains until today. The library organizes film and exhibition Cycles, featuring a museum of cinema, archives, libraries, bookstore and bar-restaurant. The National Motion Picture Archive (ANIM) is under its purview.”
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Museum
“Puppetry museum with exhibits on the Portuguese marionette & evolution of the theatrical art form.”
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Museum
“At Casa Fernando Pessoa, the writer’s home for the last fifteen years of his life, you can see Fernando Pessoa’s documents and private library, his furniture and personal objects, as well as works by artists who were influenced by him, through poetry or literature.”
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Kyrka
“the biggest and the nicest church in lisbon. also the only church lisbon have with a museum attached”
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Premise
“This huge Aqueduct built during the XVIII century, with its 127 arches, is one of the biggest stone aqueduct of the world! Lets enjoy an amazing 360°view of the city and the wonderful Alcantara valley. ”
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Science Museum
“The National Museum of Natural History and Science in Lisbon, Portugal is the country's main museum focusing on nature. Established in 1926, the museum functions under the University of Lisbon”
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Science Museum
“The Pavilion of Knowledge – Ciência Viva Centre is a scientific and technological space and aims to be a centre of interest, a pole of attraction and a qualified partner for the promotion of Science and Technology Education in the Portuguese society”
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Museum
“This was the home of the best Fado singer. Turned into a Museum this is the place to learn more about fado and specially Amalia Rodrigues”
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Planetarium
“Daily sessions to get to know all about the sky, the stars and the constellations”
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History Museum
“The Carmo Archaeological Museum is located in the ruins of the Carmo Convent in the city and District of Lisbon, Portugal.”
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Museum
“The Museu de Carris de Ferro de Lisboa is a museum and cultural center that presents the public with the past, present and future of public transport in the city of Lisbon and where thematic exhibitions coexist with the most diverse cultural and business events.”
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History Museum
“Walking around Lisbon will provide an insight into its history, but a visit to the Lisbon Story Centre allows the city to tell its own story. Located in Praça do Comércio, it’s an innovative multimedia experience that dramatically recreates Lisbon’s most significant historical events.”
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“For decades Old discos like Tokyo, Rotterdam and bars like Copenhagen or Viking were open until morning. Slowly, things started to change. Tokyo and Jamaica became trendy and Pensão Amor was considered the “Next big thing!”. Like a freight train, Cais do Sodré was renewed: small cosy places like Sol e Pesca or Pensão Amor were getting lots of good buzz. The area is crowded with people leaving Bairro Alto as bars close earlier there while here some of them are open until morning! It’s crowded even on weekdays. Everything has changed for the good. On top of that, Rua Nova do Carvalho was painted pink, so you can’t miss it! That’s the revenge of the ugly duckling.”
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