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27 October, 2021       LISBON - MAX. Pleasant with plenty of sunshineº, MIN. 01º

 
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  • THE TARA COMES TO LISBON
    The Portuguese capital was chosen as its first port of call out of the 60 the ship will make as a tribute to Portugal’s first discoveries made by the seas.
  • Where can I find Africa in Lisbon?
    When one visits Lisbon as a tourist, it’s hard to feel its African identity. Even though the capital’s development was based on significant musical, gastronomic, architectural and other influences imported from the African continent over the centuries, black people are practically absent from the image that Lisbon gives to tourists.
  • Enter the world of  Bela Silva
    Of all the interviews I’ve had the privilege to undertake for Livinginlisbon.com, meeting Bela Silva was one of the most memorable. Such sheer talent and creativity and what mastery of her art!
  • Why are there so many crows in Lisbon?
    They are everywhere: on the city’s coat of arms, on street lamps, often displayed in bicoloured mosaic on the sidewalks, and even on the municipal garbage cans! According to legend, for centuries the crows were the guardians of the cathedral…
  • A walk in Sintra
    It’s impossible to visit or live in Lisbon without spending a weekend or longer in Sintra and its surrounds, classified as World Heritage of UNESCO in 1995.
  • Lisbon, new Gay destination
    Jan de Kerne lives in Paris and works in audiovisual. He has fallen in love with Portugal, homeland of ‘fatal’ beauties such as Cristiano Ronaldo and Ricardo Quaresma ;-) but even more with Lisbon. Just after this lightning stroke, this sun stroke, Jan de Kerne has created the first blog illustrated written in French. Here are some first steps in the fantastic and rich gay life of Lisbon …
  • Fado in Lisbon
    It has been around for over one year, yet the Livinginlisbon.com website hasn’t written anything on fado and fado restauarants and houses in Lisbon ! Shame on us! Juliette has therefore decided to take up the challenge and write a brief article on fado, its history, its exponents, its stars and where you can listen to fado in Lisbon.
  • Ana Sousa Dias: Objects with stories...
    If there are any doubts about the level of creativity of Portuguese designers and their capacity to divert some materials or objects from their original use, these doubts disappear as soon as you enter her boutique Alma Lusa
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