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Museu do Aljube, Lisbon

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TripAdvisor
  • The previous reviewers explained this is a gem of a museum. While walking in the Saint Anthony parish area, we kept passing this museum. I have been to a few museums in Lisbon and I kept asking what h...  more »
  • Great museum to have a better understanding of Portuguese's modern history and fascism in general. Should be on everyone's list to visit based on the current situation in the world.  more »
  • Great surprise to see how the Portugueses honored their "recent" history. The exposition is very organized, showing Portugal's history from 1860 to 1976, especially during Salazar dictatorship. The mu...  more »
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  • Incredibly interesting, well presented. Don't miss it.
  • Very informative museum! We stumbled upon this museum on accident. As we both knew that there was a dictatorshop in Portugal for a few decades, but that was about it, we decided to take a look. And we where stunned about the quality of the museum and what you could learn. Free entry for students too!
  • Amazing gem of a FREE museum tucked in the Alfama district. Exhibitions are well developed and clear with clear explanations into this time in Portugal's history. They need a better gift shop because I would have bought SO MUCH things.
  • A most important place to visit, lots of food for thought, one of the best places I visited on my stay.
  • Excellent free admission museum that describes 48 y of Portugese dicatorship, from 1926 to 1974, including clandestine opposition and suppression by corrupt politicians and secret police. Video clips has English subtiles. Everything is translated into English.