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Founded in the distant nineteenth century, specifically in 1877, the Great Warehouses of Beira began their activity in Rua de Santa Catarina as a store selling fabrics. Today, its doors are open to the public at a different address at Rua de 31 de Janeiro. In this establishment, with a tradition of over 140 years, you can nowadays buy products of a very different nature from those initially sold in the Department Stores, such as puzzles, postcards, souvenirs and handicrafts of Portuguese production, allowing you a short trip through culture of our country.

Puzzles, postcards and souvenirs, crafts

Monday to Saturday: 10:00-19:00



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Address:
Rua 31 de Janeiro, 106

Postal Code:
4000-542

City Zone:
Baixa

Landline Phone:
222002594

Mobile Phone:
919039726

Email:
josemanuelvaz58@gmail.com

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