It’s a museum full of statues, but at the same time without the actual statues. D. José I from Terreiro do Paço and Dr. Sousa Martins from Campo dos Mártires da Pátria are here, but in their larval version. That is, the cast of plaster that that would serve as the base for their definitive bronze version. There are pieces that are part of the city’s history that can be seen in a few square meters. Perfect for tourists in a hurry.
Sculpture molds, fake money, a skull-sawing piece ... This selection would take place in a supposed Unusual Wing of a hypothetical Museum of Museums. If you've already hit the usual Lisbon attractions then maybe you need a new challenge. The truth is that there is much more, and unusual enough, to discover in the strangest museums in and around Lisbon. Stray from the beaten path and discover the weird things these Museums have for you.
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