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  1. Museums and Palaces
    NewsMuseum
    The NewsMuseum invokes and explains the media coverage of episodes of recent history and allows the visitors to interact with Radio and TV. It pays tribute to the journalists immortalized by their work, it presents the main protagonists of the (...)

    Telephone: +351 210 126 600 / 01
    E-mail: info@newsmuseum.pt
    Website: http://www.newsmuseum.pt

  2. Seminário Maior - Coimbra
    Monuments
    Seminário Maior de Coimbra
    In the Upper part of Coimbra, near the Botanical Garden, we find one of the most impressive presences of Italian art in Portugal, with more than 250 years of history: you can see the cracks of the earthquake of 1755, the traces of the First French (...)

    Telephone: +351 239 792 340
    E-mail: seminariomaiordecoimbra@gmail.com; reservas@grupogala.pt
    Website: http://www.seminariomaiordecoimbra.com/

  3. 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

  4. 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/

  5. 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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