Housed in a building designed by the architect José Carlos Loureiro, this museum has a collection of naturalist paintings from the late 19th/early 20th century, by artists such as Aurélia de Sousa, Sofia de Sousa, Marques de Oliveira, Silva Porto, (...)
Miguel Torga House MuseumThe Miguel Torga House Museum was inaugurated on 12 August 2007. Its main aim is to provide the visitor with knowledge of the Poet's work as shown through one of the most emblematic places of his life, namely his own home. (...)
The museum’s collection consists above all of the ceramics produced over the years at the Bordalo Pinheiro Ceramics Factory, containing originals and copies of pieces designed and made by the artist in the late 19th century.
The museum is housed in a 19th-century building, an example of regional architecture built in 1895, in keeping with the project designed by the architect José Teixeira Lopes for use as a residence and sculptor’s studio. Nowadays, it has been (...)
Opened in 2008, the Graça Morais Contemporary Art Centre was designed by Souto Moura, the well-known Portuguese architect who was named the 2011 Pritsker Prize laureate. It offers a wide program of temporary exhibitions of the most respected (...)
Palácio Anjos, one of the most distinctive buildings in Algés, has been exhibiting the Manuel de Brito collection, a representative sample of 20th-century art, since November 2006.Galeria 111, one of Lisbon’s most prestigious art galleries, was (...)
The museum has a valuable collection of 20 and 21 C Portuguese art, including painting, sculpture, drawings, photographs and engravings, and also contains the most representative collection of works by Amadeo de Souza-Cardoso (1887-1918). It also (...)
Opened in 2013, the George Dussaud Photography Centre is dedicated to the French photographer Georges Dussaud and to the photography in general. It is located in the first floor of the Paulo Quintela building, presenting a unique exhibition of the (...)
Centro de Interpretação da Batalha de Aljubarrota - CIBA
The Battle of Aljubarrota Interpretation Centre (CIBA) is a project that has been developed by the Fundação da Batalha de Aljubarrota in order to protect and enhance the heritage of the Military Camp of São Jorge.Located in the village of São Jorge, (...)
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