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Ex Libris Building

Ex Libris is the Latin expression that literally means "from the Books of". The name of this building does not negate the tradition of this street, which connects Luís de Camões Square to Largo Trindade Coelho, in Chiado, already communicating with the typical Bairro Alto. Literary and journalistic activity has always been a stronghold of this artery and the Ex Libris building is proof of this, having been the headquarters of The Illustrated Diary, suspended in 1956, and home of the Camões Bookstore. With a great location this building is in the center of the action where there is always something going on. At any time you can go out and walk in Chiado or even go to Avenida da Liberdade where you will find the most luxurious shops, as well as discovering that you are within walking distance of the trendy bars and restaurants in ... Read more


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ALMARIA brings Portugality and the characteristic elements of the surrounding area and the local history and culture to the interior of the EX LIBRIS apartments, making them absolutely special and unique in the city.


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