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This place offers evidence that the Romans really settled in this remote outpost. The display is impressive and it's worth a visit while you wonder the castle area.
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Oh those Romans! Everywhere you go there is evidence of their empire! If you are in Lisbon, you should visit! Remnants of a small ampitheatre. Getting there around this steep area is not easy. We chose Peter Tuk Tours (on FB), and it was made easy! Cheers
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We happened on this museum by chance. First we saw the ruins, and then we discovered there's a proper museum across the street. It's a little gem of the beaten path. There were only about five other visitors. It's not a grandiose place, it shows exactly this Roman theatre: what
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A lot of work has gone into this museum and if you look across the road it is still ongoing. You get an idea of Roman life in Lisbon. Try and chat with Bruno, he is an enthusiastic font of information. He even dressed my brother in a toga. A little bit of OCD. Great in this
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Since my last visit, the museum has developed greatly with many displays and even caters for school trips, well worth seeing
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