The city wall rescued to the city, with Manuel Fialho.
Having been rescued from the depths of the earth, Banco de Portugal’s Head Office's archaeological collection has contributed greatly to the knowledge of how this area and Lisbon’s waterfront developed. These historic remains build bridges between a past that was hidden until recently, and the general public. In an informal session, we will address the occupation of this urban block in the Middle Ages and its relation to Lisbon’s urban activities.
For adults and young people (over 14 years of age)
Saturday 18 February at 10:30 a.m. (60 min.)
Advance booking required
In Portuguese only
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