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Art in Portugal
Rua Joaquim D’Almeida
A space inaugurated in 1957, that functioned until 1991. In 1999, it was acquired by the Montijo Town Hall and was restored and eventually reopened in August 2005. The most varied cultural activities take place here.
Rua António dos Santos, 10
4400-554, Vila Nova de Gaia
Housed in an old fish warehouse, the Afurada Heritage Interpretive Center is a space designed to enhance the collective memory of this fishing community. Through permanent and temporary exhibitions related to the village's traditions, such as fishing tools or traditional costumes, it allows visitors to get to know the daily life and culture of this community.
Praça Mouzinho de Albuquerque - Avenida da Boavista, 604-610
Innovative architectural and cultural project dedicated to music, with a program that aims to cover the most diverse musical areas, from fado, opera, jazz, symphonic music, rock, electronic music, among others. This space hosts the following structures: Remix Ensemble, Remix Orquestra - Youth Orchestra, Opera Studio, Cybermusic and Educational Service.
Praça da Batalha
It is one of the main buildings in the city and venue for some of the city's main cultural shows. It houses the Companhia Nacional do Teatro São João.
Rua Dom João de Castro, 210
Focused on raising awareness of contemporary art and the environment, the Serralves Foundation is a European cultural institution. Perfect to walk and get in touch with works by renowned artists, its most recognizable space is the Serralves Park, which combines refinement and contact with Nature. The Museum of Contemporary Art is a must-visit place with national and European reference artistic exhibitions.
Rua Lançarote de Freitas, 7
This cultural space, meeting point for different forms of artistic expression and for congresses and conferences, is housed in a 17th century emblazoned building. It has three exhibition halls, two entertainment rooms and an auditorium with a capacity for 300 people.
Bairro Casal Novo
Anta com câmara formada por sete esteios e um pequeno corredor virado a sudoeste. Esta estrutura de grandes blocos calcários foi utilizada como espaço funerário, durante o Neolítico final e Calcolítico. Está classificada como Monumento Nacional desde 1944.
Rua Teófilo Braga
8900-303, Vila Real de Santo António
A cultural centre located in the old market of Vila Real de Santo António. It has a large auditorium where several shows take place. There are also occasional painting and sculpture exhibitions.