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Itineraries – Lisbon from the Aljube – Casas da Clandestinidade [Underground Houses]

9 of November of 2019 - 9h30
Algés, Paço de Arcos, Linda-a-Velha e Estoril
Rogério Ribeiro’s illustration for the book «See you tomorrow Comrades!»

An itinerary through clandestine houses that still exist today: where the fight was lived and forged, where congresses were held, where the press was printed with the radio on to drown out the press, where real counterfeiting workshops were run, where protagonists of escapes came to take the picture for the ID card. In appearance normal houses, in fact true bastions of resistance to dictatorship.

Bus and walking route linking 4 different clandestine house poles on the Estoril line: Linda-a-Velha, Algés, Paço de Arcos, Monte Estoril and São João do Estoril.

Tour conducted by: Vanessa Almeida

November 9 – Saturday, 9:30 am – 1:00 pm

Meeting Point: 9am, Lisbon Zoo’s Main Gate

Cost: 10 €

Registration and information available: until November 7th at 18h, by email: info@museudoaljube.pt or by phone 215 818 535

Advance payment by bank transfer is required with proof of delivery via email info@museudoaljube.pt or payment at the Aljube Museum reception.

Note: Comfortable footwear, rain protection and a small snack are recommended. Activity in portuguese

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