Tell a Story: Bringing literature to the tourists

If you happen to be visiting Lisbon any time soon you might run into this blue book van at one of the cities main attractions.

The project is called Tell a Story and was created by the Portuguese advertising agency MSTF Partners. The goal is to expose visitors to a wide array of Portuguese literature in translation, in other words, to tourists that do not speak Portuguese.

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    It’s a similar project to Cartagena’s Carreta Literaria!
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