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The Lisbon that would have been at the Lisbon Museum

The Lisbon Museum – at the Black Pavillion of the Pimenta Palace – is exhibiting The Lisbon That Would Have Been from 26 January to 2 June 2017, which focuses on the projects and proposals for Lisbon which never came to fruition, from the 16th century to the present day.

The exhibition will also feature a series of talks with guests including designers and thinkers from the city.

Hilton Hotel – panoramic 180º view location perspective | F. Guerra. 1962 (attrib.) | Print | Lisbon Museum
Aesthetic improvement of Rossio | Perspective from Cottineli Telmo | 1935 | Indian ink on paper | Lisbon Museum