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Casa Fernando Pessoa

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Maurício
Maurício
May 03, 2018
At Casa Fernando Pessoa, the writer’s home for the last fifteen years of his life, you can see Fernando Pessoa’s documents and private library, his furniture and personal objects, as well as works by artists who were influenced by him, through poetry or literature.
Cristiana
Cristiana
October 15, 2016
House of one of the most know Portuguese writers
Joana
Joana
April 09, 2016
Portuguese famous poet from the 19th century
Rui
Rui
March 28, 2016
100 meter from the property
Valeria
Valeria
March 25, 2016
This is the neighborhood where Fernando Pessoa lived and died. It is unique not only for its squareness and symmetry, that is clearly distinct from other neighborhoods in the city.

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Location
16 R. Coelho da Rocha
Lisboa, Lisboa 1250-088
Phone+351 21 391 3270
Hours of Operation statusClosed · Opens Friday 10:00 AM
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