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Museu Do Aljube

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Museu Do Aljube

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Lots of detailed presentations housed in building that has been used as a prison for centuries. There was a lot of detail to read so it takes a couple of hours to do it justice but thankfully most of the exhibits were in both Portuguese and English.
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This is an inexpensive and interesting museum with well set out displays and it provided a structure for understanding more about the struggles of the Portuguese over so many many years of dictatorship. There are good explanations in English. If only we understood Portuguese we
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This is a very important museum to visit. It reminds guests of the struggles the people of Portugal have had with dictators, censorship and oppressive times. It is sad and touching, but also uplifting because there is a happy ending. The displays and info are well designed and
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Best equal museum we visited in Lisbon. Atmospheric enlightening and so informative. We spent a long time here so engaged were we with the material on display. Thoroughly recommend a visit here - some uncomfortable viewing and reading but very necessary for deepening
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This was a fascinating museum, which I highly recommend for anyone wishing to learn more about recent Portugese history. Inexpensive.
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