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Door reopens on 2,500 years of Lisbon’s history beneath Baixa

At the Archaeological Site in Rua dos Correeiros there are Phoenician, Roman, Islamic, Medieval, pre- and post-Pombaline remains. Classified as a National Monument since 2015, it reopens to the public with a new museology that helps recount 2,500 years of Lisbon’s history.

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Roman mosaics are one of the main points of interest on the site Rui Gaudêncio
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The site now exhibits many objects found there, which until now were not on display Rui Gaudêncio
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This tank is of Roman origin, but was reused in the Islamic period Rui Gaudêncio
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Amphoras used to carry fish products Rui Gaudêncio
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A wooden structure from a Pombaline well, in a good state of preservation due to being under water Rui Gaudêncio
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A medieval burial Rui Gaudêncio