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The ground floor, which is free to enter, is completely dedicated to an archaeological site, which is a must see in this corner of Lisbon. The upper floors are a paid area dedicated to a Portuguese writer and perhaps of lesser interest to most tourists. Take care to note the slight exterior differences between the newer top two floors and the older bottom two floors.
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The ground floor, which is free to enter, is completely dedicated to an archaeological site, which is a must see in this corner of Lisbon. The upper floors are a paid area dedicated to a Portuguese writer and perhaps of lesser interest to most tourists. Take care to note the slight exterior differences between the newer top two floors and the older bottom two floors.

The building itselffwith it's very special and intriguing facade makes this small museum worth a visit. And the beauty of the buildings right next to it really adds to the experience

The ground floor contains an archeological exhibition and is free.

Closed Saturday, no explanation. Please adjust posted hours as a courtesy.

Exquisite landmark of Alfama district, the elevation of this tenement building is done in Reinessance style. Feast for eyes. I wish the battery in my camera hadn't gone dead, I would be able to upload more pics now.

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