African History and Heritage Walking Tour in Lisbon

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Acquire a clear perspective on the interactions between different cultures in Lisbon. Join a private tour of the Alfama district and visit the ancient landmarks related to African and Moor history.

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Highlights

  • Explore African Heritage
  • Historical honesty
  • Discover African legacy in Lisbon
  • Beginning of the transatlantic slave route in Lisbon
  • Integration of African in Portugal

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Alfama, the oldest neighborhood in the city of Lisbon, was founded by the Moors. It will be a place to introduce Africa's history, roots, and connections with other people. Chafariz D'El Rei - this fountain shows the division of social classes during middle age, where Africans are also represented. Campo das Cebolas belonged to the old port of Lisbon, where the first African slaves arrived in Europe. Praça do Comercio is one of the most emblematic places in the Portuguese capital, where several events in the country's history took place. An important place in the slave trade. Baixa is the central neighborhood of the capital, although destroyed by the 1755 earthquake. It will be a perfect place to talk about the interaction of Africans in Portuguese society. Rua Cor de Rosa The place where several African women provided services. Rossio is one of the central and busiest places in the city of Lisbon. Where we will talk about the integration of Africans and the creation of colonies. Church of S. Domingos, here we can understand the form of integration of Africans in the Catholic religion and the achievements. The train station of Rossio, Built during the 19th century, with Manueline architectonic style, represents the country's golden times, a way to claim a place among the European countries that divided Africa into colonies, in the Berlin Conference of 1884.

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