It was a sunny afternoon when I rode my bike out to the neighbourhood of Prazeres to see the cemetery there.
Yes, a cemetery! I was a bit confused myself when I first read about it. But it was listed as a museum so I had to go. And I didn’t regret it!
I learned more about the city and important citizens. The Prazeres Cemetery is the final resting place of several Portuguese authors, politicians and artists and explains many names of streets around Lisbon.
But what actually astonished me there was the play of colours…
Read the entire story about the Prazeres Cemetery on my blog and join me on one of my next visits! Friday I will go to João de Deus Museum, Saturday to the Water Museum and Wednesday to the National Museum of Theatre and Dance and National Museum of Costume.
See you soon in a museum around Lisbon!