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Pimenta Palace

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Location  Lisbon, Portugal
Phone  +351 21 751 3200
Pimenta Palace
Address  Campo Grande 245, 1700-091 Lisboa, Portugal
Hours  Closed today MondayClosedTuesday10AM–6PMWednesday10AM–6PMThursday10AM–6PMFriday10AM–6PMSaturday10AM–6PMSunday10AM–6PM
Similar  Rafael Bordalo Pinheiro, Museu do Teatro Romano, Casa‑Museu Dr Anastácio, Museu de Lisboa, Casa dos Bicos

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Pimenta Palace (Portuguese: Palácio Pimenta) is an 18th-century Portuguese palace located in Lisbon, Portugal.

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History

The palace was constructed by order of King John V of Portugal in the mid-18th century for his mistress Paula Teresa da Silva e Almeida, a nun of the Monastery of São Dinis in Odivelas, Portugal.

The Museum of the City of Lisbon was installed in the palace on July 15, 1909, by approval of the Minister of Finances, Tomás António da Guarda Cabreira. Initially installed in City Hall, the museum passed through the Carmo Convent, Mitra Palace, and Galveias Palace until its complete installation in Pimenta Palace in 1979.

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Pimenta Palace Wikipedia


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