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Casa Fernando Pessoa, Lisbon

(3.9/5 based on 130+ reviews on the web)
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  • All the history and work of Fernando Pessoa, one of the greatest Portuguese poets gathered at your last place of residence. with personal objects, multimedia files, including Brazilian artists as Adriana Calcanhoto and Maria Bethânia who recite poems of the author, a treat for the fans and a library that works Monday through Friday, with many books, including a few books for sale. The staff are very friendly and always ready to answer questions from visitors.
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  • The Museum is well configured, and being able to read books in the library, Pessoa was great. Ask a librarian-minute came the first where to locate and bring the Korean translation of the book, giving Cedar unto you. The impression was deep
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  • It is a national writer of Portugal, Fernando Pessoa House. "Portugal's sea" and "Lisbon and Pessoa walking" is famous in Japan. Case became famous from the heaven is that of men, but before he died was unknown, but was just the Fernando Pessoa. And found a huge trunk full of manuscripts, now take the light of day.
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  • A little disappointing, to be honest. There's actually not much to see here, but one can access their library, and the gift shop has translations in several languages of Pessoa's works. Very nice staff.
  • The house of the drunkman, the drug addict and also the most genius writer of portuguese literature
  • Think of this as an (awesome) museum. Restaurant was inside, but nowadays (temporarily?) closed.
  • Sunday closed
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  • Once it was free entry. Now you pay 3 euros. Still worth it to jump!
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