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The other side of Lisbon - stories about the city we do not see

Free admission

In this cycle of eight sessions we want to know if the adaptation of refurbished and/or listed buildings in terms of public access, such as hotels, museums, shopping locations, roadways, has changed the way of communicating and advertising our heritage. 

Cicle "The other side of Lisbon - stories about the city we do not see"

We are going to talk about recent finds and others that are less well known in the city of Lisbon, archaeological sites that allow us to understand the history of Olisipo, add stories and review narratives. We are also going to talk about finds from the point of view of their conservation and safeguarding, of the socio-economic dynamics of the city, including cultural tourism and movements dedicated to participation and accessibility.
In this cycle of eight sessions we want to know if the adaptation of refurbished and/or listed buildings in terms of public access, such as hotels, museums, shopping locations, roadways, has changed the way of communicating and advertising our heritage. 
The sessions’ guest speakers are archaeologists, managers, museologists, architects and historians. 

Archeologic site of the Former Sommer Warehouses – Ana Gomes, Nuno Neto and Pedro Mendes Leal 

Saturday, 16th of February at 4:00 p.m. (90 min.)

Archeologic site of Casa dos Bicos: adaptation to a museological space – Manuela Leitão and Victor Filipe
Saturday, 9th of March at 4:00 p.m. (90 min.)

Investigation and Recovery of Lisbon’s Roman Cryptoporticus – Nuno Mota, Ana Caessa and Pedro Vasco Martins
Saturday, 23th of March at 4:00 p.m. (90 min.)

Fernandine Wall - Rua do Arsenal – António Valongo
Saturday, 11th of May at 4:00 p.m. (90 min.)

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The other side of Lisbon - stories about the city we do not see

Fernandine Wall - Rua do Arsenal
by António Valongo
Saturday, 11th of May at 4:00 p.m. (90 min.)

For adults and young people over +14
Only in Portuguese
Advance booking required

For more information contact us at info@museudodinheiro.pt or +351 213 213 240

 

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