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This place you really must visit! A terrace with fantastic view over Lisbon. It is a circus arts school, and also bar and restaurant. Good place to make a pause when visiting Alfama and the Castle.
a bar/restaurant with a great view run by a circus school...only in lisbon! what an experience.. you can dine (or just have drinks) with a marvelous look at the city below. well worth it!
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