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  • Historical Lisbon Theatres - National Theatre of S. Carlos
    The historical centre of Lisbon holds the memory of an epoch in which the capital’s bourgoisie frequented the soirées promoted by the theatres that still remain in those quarters. During the weeks to come we will be telling you about the history of these houses which, for more than a hundred years, have offered culture to the Lisbon population. National Theatre of S. Carlos.
  • ZAAT_Exhibition of Visual and Sound Arts_008
    The TAAZ is a cultural manifestation which takes up several forms, from plastic arts to sounds, dancing, theatre, performances, visual arts and cooking. For 4 days TAAZ, proposes a close contact between the general public and Art, in an unpretentious and mundane context, always with the aim of eliminating social and symbolic barriers in the access to arts.
  • Portuguese Touradas
    Unlike Spanish bullfights, in Portugal it is forbidden to kills bulls in the arena since the 17th Century. For or against touradas? This is an ongoing debate, but the shows are spectacular, filled with demonstrations of sophisticated and refined horsemanship. Where can I see a tourada in Lisbon?
  • African Art in Lisbon
    For all those who, like myself, still don't know one of the oldest shops in Bairro Alto - and one of the prettiest - I invite you to go and browse inside Teresa Lacerda's shop. It is a place where African and Asian art are side by side, forming an authentic and warm decoration. But Teresa is not just the guardian of these objects. Some of them were created by her and blend perfectly into the collection. A true feast for the eyes! Follow the guide..
  • Azulejaria: an art, a culture, a sensibility
    “A mixture of tradition and originality, the history of the azulejo retraces our History – the evolution of our society and our culture.
  • Claudia Lima: multiple artist
    Claudia Lima is Brazilian and has lived in Lisbon for a number of years, which inspires her... to paint and sculpt. I went to discover her extraordinary work at her studio in Telheiras.
  • Lisbon’s Underground Art Museum
    The Russian capital Moscow’s metro has some of the finest stations in the world. Lisbon’s metro is not far behind. Lisbon’s underground art museum could take you a day or two to see. Just for four euros, the cost of a day ticket, you can see the history of Lisbon or Portugal.
  •  The Lisbon Port: facts and figures
    Today, the Lisbon port is one of the main European tourist sea ports. As a matter of fact, it set a new record in cruise ship dockings: there was an increase of 15% and 20% of tourist influx in 2005 and 2006.
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