Tarrafal Never Again!

18 of October of 2018 - 18h00
Floor 0 - Parlor - Aljube Museum

Temporary Exhibition

Public opening: October 18 – 18h00

Next to the photographic Exhibition of António Cotrim “Tarrafal – between resistance and the risk of oblivion”, the Museum of Aljube rebuilds the historical memory of the “slow death camp” of Tarrafal.

Francisco Miguel near the grave of Bento Gonçalves, in Francisco Miguel, das Prisões à Liberdade, 1986.

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