Objects, ceramic fragments, bones and sounds call for the medieval imaginary: they are the legacy that we want to share in this visit through the Tejo.
The King Dinis' Wall, with 700 years, is the testimony of memorable episodes of the rulings of a king and of the history of the city of Lisbon, still written in the surface of the extended defensive "wall".
Objects, ceramic fragments, bones and sounds call for the medieval imaginary: they are the legacy that we want to share in this visit through the Tejo, where you can still hear seagulls, markets and ships, recalling the commercial and maritime vocation of "Lixbõa".
King Dinis Wall - Saturday morning
Saturdays, at 11.00 a.m. (45 min.)
Sundays, at 3:00 p.m. (45 min.)
For adults and young people (+14 years of age)
Only in Portuguese
No booking required
Maximum 13 participants
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