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to Nov 29 | DRAWING EXHIBIT | Dante’s Visions: Hell according to Botticelli | 10€
September 24 @ 10:00 - November 29 @ 18:00€10
Dante Alighieri, better known as just Dante, died 700 years ago. But his legacy lives on, especially this year, right here in Lisbon. For example, the National Coach Museum has a free multimedia outdoor exhibit called Dante Plus 700.
Meanwhile, for something more old-school (and more expensive), the Gulbenkian presents two original drawings by Sandro Botticelli inspired by Dante’s Divine Comedy, straight from the Vatican Apostolic Library. The exhibit also includes rare editions of other artworks belonging to the Gulbenkian and the National Library of Portugal referencing the late Italian poet’s timeless masterpiece about hell and hope.
NOTE: Closed on Tuesdays.
Show up Sept 24 – Nov 29.
TICKETS: 10€ (includes visit to the rest of the museum).