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I didn't know about this monument,I found it by chance when I was heading to Jardim do Torel, placed not very far.From a distance it seems a common monument...a bronze statue on a cylindrical stone pedestal.Once you get closer you'll see the strange part: all...More
Dr. Jose Tomas de Sousa Martins (1843-1897) was known for giving care to Lisbon's poor. He was educated as both a pharmacist and a physician and specialized in tuberculosis. He was poisoned and died at the age of 54. It is believed this was done...More