Museum of Aljube – Resistance and Freedom
Museum of Aljube, Museu do Aljube – Resistência e Liberdade in portuguese
Located in Lisbon, the Museum of Aljube is an activist museum with a clear purpose: to remember and document the struggle against the dictatorship which governed Portugal from 1926 to 1974.
Did you know?
Aljube – The word Aljube, of Arab origin, means well or cistern, being also used to designate prison, especially, a dark and deep one.
Resistance – In the name of freedom and democracy. A tribute to all who fought and risked their lives during the years of continuous struggle.