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Mouraria, where the moors once lived before the Christians reconquered Lisbon, in 1147, is nowadays the most multiethnic neighborhood in the heart of the city. From one side, between its very narrow streets and tiny houses Lisbonners’ traditions are being well kept and everyone can see them – sardines grilling in the open air and fado played in several street corners. On the other, there's also something global brought in with all the people from Bangladesh, China, India, Pakistan and Mozambique that decided to live there and opened some of the best restaurants in Mouraria.
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