A tour that opens the debate and reflection about the effects of the slavery process, at the economic, social and cultural level.
The history of money does not just tell episodes of civilizational progress. From the selection of pieces on display in the permanent collection, we understand how the movement of millions of African slaves influenced the economies and Atlantic societies from the 15th century. What human stories do the objects tell? What are the consequences of this process in today's society?
Saturday, May 23 at 3:00 p.m. (90 min.)
Advance booking required
Only in Portuguese
For adults and young people 14+
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- 23-05-2020 from 15:00 to 16:30
Cycle Lisbon “Positive” - Graça Convent': from church to headquarter
Seminars & Debates
09 may. - 11h00
Acessible Visits: King Dinis’ Wall -Tour in Portuguese Sign Language
23 may. - 11h00