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Art in Portugal
Quinta dos Franceses - Seixal
A space that welcomes several activities, such as congresses and performances, among other events.
Praça 1º de Maio, 1
Foi a maior empresa do setor corticeiro em Portugal e, durante algum tempo, do mundo. Reconhecida pela sua política social inovadora, ficou intimamente ligada à vida de muitas gerações de seixalenses, sendo por isso um ponto de passagem obrigatório para quem visita o concelho. Os antigos refeitórios da fábrica foram transformados num moderno restaurante e bar, com vista privilegiada para a Baía do Seixal.
Alameda do Barão de Roches, 31
The ' Faialense ' Theatre is the reference cultural space on the island of Faial to the presentation of cultural initiatives in the field of dance, theatre, music or movies. Opened in 1856, was closed for restoration works for six years, reopening in 2003.
Rua Lançarote de Freitas, 7
This cultural space, meeting point for several forms of artistic expression and for congresses, colloquies and conferences, is located in a 17th century building with a coat of arms. It has three exhibitions rooms, two animation rooms and an auditorium that can welcome 300 people.
Avenida Dom Diogo Mourato
A large space that houses the Municipal Library of Trofa, the Municipal Archives and rooms for permanent and temporary exhibitionsm as well as an outdoors auditorium. It is a quite functional space.
Praça Mouzinho de Albuquerque
Casa da Música is a major concert hall space in Porto, Portugal. It was designed by the Dutch architect Rem Koolhaas, and was built as part of Porto's project for European Culture Capital in 2001, although it was only finished in the first half of 2005, to immediately become an icon of the city. The Building engineers were Ove Arup - London together with Afassociados, Oporto. The windows, doors and the curved glass wall was made by Facal (www.facal.eu). Casa da Música was built just across from one of the main traffic centres of the city, Rotunda da Boavista. The …
Avenida Menéres, 456
Created in 2007, Casa da Arquitectura is a non-profit cultural entity that has been affirming itself in the field of content creation and programming for the national and international dissemination and affirmation of architecture in society. Its action involves not just architects but also individuals and entities from various cultural and social spheres who encourage and sponsor this mission, in the public interest of architecture.
Praça do Infante Dom Henrique - Antigo Mercado Ferreira Borges
After working for nine years on Gaia, marking undeniably the musical panorama of the North, Hard Club reopens, now in the Harbor, more properly in the old Market Ferreira Borges. Has three stages, food court, shop of disks and books, animation, cinema, theatre, exhibitions and children's animation.
Rua de Belém Pará
In 1855-1858 begined the construction of the Teatro Aveirense, planned by Araújo e Silva. The building was ready only in 1878-1881, being opened by the Companhia do Teatro D. Maria II. In the beginning of the XX century, new chairs made of sheep-leather and iron were bought to the pit. In 1912 started the cinematograph sessions. Later, in 1947-1949, the place was rebuilt and reopened, with an Ernesto Korrodi and Engenheiro Von Haff building plan. A true ex-libris of the city, this show room was the stage for many shows: names like Ney Matogrosso, Maria Bethânia and Vicente Amigo have …