- What is Maat?
- Where is the Museum of Art and architecture in Lisbon?
- How to visit the Maat Cascais?
- What are the respiratory etiquette measures in Lisbon?
- Who is Maat?
- What did the Egyptian goddess Maat stand for?
- What is the meaning of MA’at?
- What is meant by Maat Literature?
- What are the newest museums in Lisbon?
- Why visit Lisbon’s Maat?
- What are the cultural sights in Lisbon?
- What is the Museum of Art Architecture and Technology?
- Why choose a day trip to Cascais?
- How to get from Lisbon to Cascais?
- Where to eat in Cascais?
- How to get from Cascais to Costa da Caparica?
- What is respiratory etiquette?
- What is the proper etiquette for coughing and sneezing?
- What are the measures to contain respiratory secretions?
- How can we prevent the spread of respiratory infections?
What is Maat?
The Museum of Art, Architecture and Technology ( Portuguese: Museu de Arte, Arquitetura e Tecnologia) (MAAT) is a museum in Lisbon, Portugal. The front of the museum with the Tagus river by its side. MAAT is a cultural project for the city of Lisbon that is focused on three areas - Art, Architecture, and Technology.
Where is the Museum of Art and architecture in Lisbon?
Museum of Art, Architecture and Technology. Av. Brasília, Central Tejo. 1300-598 Lisboa. +351 210 028 130 / 02. email@example.com. firstname.lastname@example.org. email@example.com.
How to visit the Maat Cascais?
It opened to the public as a museum in 1990. The industrial architecture is immaculately preserved, and all of the original machinery can be seen on the way to the MAAT’s temporary exhibitions. Take the Cascais train from Cais do Sodré Station, which departs every 20 minutes.
What are the respiratory etiquette measures in Lisbon?
→ Follow respiratory etiquette measures: sneeze or cough into your arm/elbow and avoid touching your face, mask or any surface. → Purchase your tickets online or through the kiosks available at Praça do Carvão (near Central).
Who is Maat?
Learn about the ancient Egyptian goddess Maat, the goddess of truth and justice. Maat is also the ancient Egyptian concept of cosmic order. ☰ Menu Ancient Egypt Online 18
What did the Egyptian goddess Maat stand for?
Areas of Influence: Maat the Egyptian Goddess stood for truth and justice. In fact the name Maat means truth in Egyptian. Her followers believed that after death their hearts would be weighed against her white feather of judgement. If the heart weighed the same they would be allowed to cross into the kingdom of Osiris (Paradise).
What is the meaning of MA’at?
Ma’at refers to ancient Egyptian laws, philosophy or concepts which promote order, balance, truth, reciprocity, harmony, righteousness, morality and justice. Ma’at is personified as Ma’at, the Ancient Egyptian Goddess of Truth, Justice and Order. She is usually depicted as a winged woman.
What is meant by Maat Literature?
In texts such as the Instruction of Amenemope the scribe is urged to follow the precepts of Maat in his private life as well as his work. The exhortations to live according to Maat are such that these kinds of instructional texts have been described as Maat Literature. Scribal schools emerged during the Middle Kingdom Era (2060 – 1700 BCE).
Why choose a day trip to Cascais?
Cascais is a hassle-free day trip, which is suitable for all ages. There is a direct and inexpensive train connecting Lisbon to Cascais, and the train station is in the centre of the town. All of the main tourist attractions can be easily walked to, and as it is a buzzing resort town there are plenty of restaurants and cafes.
How to get from Lisbon to Cascais?
The train is the recommended means of travel from Lisbon to Cascais. The train departs Lisbon from the Cais do Sodré train station (green metro line) and the 40-minute journey to Cascais is very scenic as it follows the Estoril coastline. A train ticket costs €2.25/€1.15 (adult/child)
Where to eat in Cascais?
The centre of Cascais is a convenient location for lunch, and with many food options along the Rua Visconde da Luz (18) or near the Jardim Visconde da Luz park. For the later part of the day it is suggested to walk the scenic coastal promenade from Cascais to Estoril.
How to get from Cascais to Costa da Caparica?
The train from Cascais to Cais do Sodré takes 40 minutes, the ferry crossing between Cais do Sodré and Cacilhas lasts about 10 minutes, and bus 135 from Cacilhas to Costa da Caparica takes 25 minutes. Getting there is part of the fun, and can be a sightseeing experience, as the ferry and the bus terminal in Cacilhas offer panoramic views of Lisbon.