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  1. Centro de Memória Forte São João de Deus 
Place: Bragança
Photo: Câmara Municipal de Bragança
    Museums and Palaces
    Centro de Memória Forte São João de Deus
    Due to its geostrategic location, Bragança has undeniably contributed to the defence of the portuguese borders. The Fort St. João de Deus was built to strengthen the defensive system of the town after te restoration of the Portuguese independence in (...)

    Telephone: +351 273 328 378

  2. Centro Interpretativo de Montemuro
    Museums and Palaces
    Centro Interpretativo de Montemuro
    This is a pedagogical and interpretative centre of the Montemuro Mountains. It has an exhibition area on it's natural and built heritage. It is located in the village of Feirão referenced by Eça de Queirós in his novel  "The Crime of Father (...)

    Telephone: +351 254 877 200
    E-mail: museu@cm-resende.pt
    Website: https://cm-resende.pt/museu-municipal

  3. Casa de José Régio - Vila do Conde
Place: Vila do Conde
    Museums and Palaces
    Casa de José Régio e Centro de Documentação - Vila do Conde
    José Régio was, throughout his life, a great art collector, mainly of popular art and, mostly, of Sacred Art. Christ , ex-vows, irons, religious statuary, as well as a wide range of typological objects that were collected, bought or traded for this (...)

    Telephone: +351 252 248 468
    E-mail: museus@cm-viladoconde.pt
    Website: https://www.cm-viladoconde.pt/pages/501

  4. Fábrica-Museu Ameixas de Elvas
Place: Elvas
    Museums and Palaces
    Fábrica-Museu da Ameixa de Elvas
    Discover the secret of the Elvas Plums on a visit to the oldest factory of confectioned fruit still in operation.Visiting the Fábrica-Museu Ameixas de Elvas (Elvas Plum Factory-Museum) is a journey back in time until the early twentieth century, (...)

    Telephone: +351 268 628 364
    E-mail: serenofonseca@gmail.com
    Website: http://www.ameixas-elvas.com

  5. Casa-Museu Quinta da Esperança
Place: Cuba
    Museums and Palaces
    Casa-Museu Quinta da Esperança
    A manor house, agricultural, historic, bullfighting, with hundreds of doors, stories, windows, curiosities and surprises!

    Telephone: +351 284 412 806
    E-mail: quintadaesperancacuba@gmail.com
    Website: http://www.quintadaesperanca.pt

  6. Museu do Azeite - Bobadela_logo
    Museums and Palaces
    Museu do Azeite - Bobadela
    António Manuel Dias is an entrepreneur, self-taught, who started exploration in the olive sector in 1986, being the owner of Sociedade de Azeite Destilaria Dias Lda. In the course this activity, he collected over the years a collection of hundreds (...)

    Telephone: +351 238 603 095
    E-mail: info@museudoazeite.com
    Website: https://museudoazeite.com/

  7. Museu do Automóvel de Vila Nova de Famalicão
    Museums and Palaces
    Museu do Automóvel de Vila Nova de Famalicão
    In a space of three thousand square meters of exhibition, the Automobile Museum has a patrimony of great wealth, which consists of about a hundred and fifty of cars, motorcycles and old bicycles, that portrays the evolution of the design and the (...)

    Telephone: (+351) 252 314 045
    Fax: (+351) 252 314 045
    E-mail: museudoautomovelfamalicao@gmail.com
    Website: https://www.visitportugal.com/ja/%40museudoautomovelfamalica (...)

  8. Museums and Palaces
    Núcleo Museológico do Bordado da Madeira
    This museum centre has a rich collection of Madeira Embroidery pieces dating back more than 150 years, produced specifically between the 60’s of the 19th century and 30’s of the 20th century.

    Telephone:  +351 291 211 600
    Fax: +351 291 224 791
    E-mail: ivbam@madeira.gov.pt
    Website: https://bordadomadeira.com/museu-do-bordado

  9. Casa São Roque
Place: Porto
    Museums and Palaces
    Casa São Roque Centro de Arte
    The history of Casa São Roque (formerly Casa Ramos Pinto) dates back to 1759, when it functioned as a mansion and hunting lodge, as was typical in the bourgeoisie and noble families in Porto. In the 19th century, it belonged to the Ramos Pinto (...)

    E-mail: info@casasaoroque.pt


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