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Museu do Oriente, Lisbon

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4.1/5 based on 160+ reviews on the web
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  • A modern museum with rare exhibits, especially India. every Friday from 18:00 to the 21:00 entrance to the Museum is absolutely free for all categories of citizens. However, it is worth considering that so late you will not be able to visit the souvenir shop and restaurant brand. Sometimes in the course of over-exposure. part of the collections is not available. The Museum has a website with Portuguese and English version
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  • At the invitation of a friend, went on the train for the first time. Close and convenient. Exhibition was introduced by Chinese potters of the men work. Markers using the pottery painting or idea is unique and interesting. Permanent exhibition also boasts a fun. Put a small cigarette about 5 centimeters and was impressive, and many exhibits of netsuke. I think people in Asia are especially unusual might be, but interesting to people from other countries.
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  • Not quite the British Museum, and to be honest I expected a larger collection given the long Portuguese interaction with Asia, but if you have any interest in history or in Asia then you must visit. T...  read more »
  • I only went to the brunch. Very good buffet menu, but way too crowded. There were over 100 people serving from the same buffet table, which made people less polite when moving around. The pricing is ok, but the management team shouldn't allow so many people. Thus only 3 starts.
  • Had a brunch here. It's a buffet style of brunch. Lots of varied types of food. The staff is friendly. The view is also very nice. Worth the visit.
  • An oriental museum with interesting pieces from the Portuguese relationship with Asia. It has a dark atmosphere that makes the pieces stand out. The problem is that this darkness makes it horrible for photographs. The museum is free on Fridays after 18h.
  • Restaurant only - For my first brunch experience was fantastic. A lot of variety, nice staff and the view was breath taking. Recommended.
  • Definitely worth a visit for anyone interested in Portuguese history overseas since the fifteenth century!
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