The Oriental Art Museum in Lisbon is one of the city's many gems, never failing to disappoint history aficionados, ... More
Orient Foundation Museum
The Oriental Art Museum in Lisbon is one of the city's many gems, never failing to disappoint history aficionados, tourists and locals alike. Ever since its opening in 2008, the museum has played an important role in educating the public and throwing light on the wonders of Asian history. Be it murals, sculptures, paintings, photography, statuettes, pottery and busts of Asian origin, you will find it here. Portuguese influence on Asian culture is also represented in these galleries, as are traditions, cultures, religions and the ways of life spanning from the Far East to the Middle East. Visitors inclined to learn Asian cooking can attend workshops on the same, and also visit the charming museum shop and its restaurant serving delectable Asian cuisine.
The Jeronimos Monastery , which is made entirely out of limestone was built to thank God for the safe return
of all those Portuguese explorers who had ventured out on dangerous exploits. You can admire the hand sculptured walls ...
Situated in the Convento Madre de Deus, the Tile National Museum has an original Azulejos collection of the 15th century.
It is possible to enjoy traditionally decorated Moorish mosaics and beautiful walls here. You'll also get an insight into ...
The National Coach Museum or Museu Nacional dos Coches is one of the most popular museums in Lisbon. Museu Nacional
dos Coches is located in the area of Belem, a neighborhood with pretty gardens. The museum is teeming with ...
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