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The Museu do Oriente hosts the Book Festival with discounts from 20%

Lisbon hosts book festival with special discounts from 20%

Admission is free and starts next Tuesday. There are books of poetry, romance, technicians, culture and art at the Museu do Oriente.

For true lovers.

For many, a book can be the perfect Christmas present. If we add a price reduction, it’s even better. You can start to find some suggestions from next Tuesday, November 24 and until December 13, at the 13th Book Festival at the Museu do Oriente, in Lisbon – with free entry.

There you will find key works, such as essays on the presence of the Portuguese in Asia, novels and poetry, exhibition catalogs or technical works on the society, culture and art of the countries of the Is.

There will be hundreds of titles in the Fundação Oriente edition catalog, including, for example, works of fiction, essays, how-to guides and phrasebooks, catalogs and monographs. In other words, among so much variety, the difficult thing will be to choose. You can buy books at attractive prices, with a guaranteed minimum 20% discount on the sale price.

This year, 14 publishers will participate in the Museu do Oriente Book Festival – Clube do Autor, Colibri, CTT, DGLAB, Fundação Oriente, KB Books (specializing in comics), Livros do Oriente, Horizonte books, Macao Scientific and Cultural Center, INCM, LeYa, Lidel, Board Books, Nova Veja and Macau Tourism.

In partnership with the publisher LeYa, next Wednesday November 25, at 5.30 pm, the Book Festival will receive the presentation of “Taprobana”, a historical thriller by Eduardo Pires Coelho. With the participation of the author, as well as Artur Santos Silva (Honorary President of Banco BPI) and Maria Rosário Pereira, editor-in-chief of the LeYa group, with live transmission on the Facebook page of the Museu do Oriente, as well that LeYa.

The Book Festival will operate every day, Tuesday to Sunday, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and, on Friday, until 8 p.m., subject to the maximum capacity recommended by the Directorate General of Health.

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