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In the 17th-century Azurara Palace, the Museum-School of Decorative Arts has objects that date from the 15th through 19th century. Full review →
The Museum of Decorative Arts is housed in an exquisite aristocratic abode on Portas do Sol square, overlooking the narrow lanes of Lisbon's medieval Alfama neighborhood. Full review →
It’s worth a visit alone to admire the lavish apartments, embellished with baroque azulejos, frescoes and chandeliers. Full review →
The museum tells the story of everyday life in Lisbon in the 17 and 18C through a series of small, intimate rooms, decorated with azulejos and frescoes. Full review →