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Avenida de Santa Joana, 31-43
Corner building with Art Nouveau decor, to submit two separate floors for frieze and coverage in domo.
Rua da Igreja
4595-375, Sanfins de Ferreira
The Archaeological Museum of the Citânia (a celtic village) is located in the Solar dos Brandões (Brandões Manor). The permanent exhibitions show examples of the diggings in the Citânia de Sanfins and the archaeological materials found in the Paços de Ferreira parish. It is known for its activities of specialized investigation, pedagogical support, scientific propagation and cultural intervention.
Avenida Dr. Rocha Madahíl
Opened since 1937, with several collections, it was largely restord in 1991. It currently features a valuabl shell collection, of boat miniatures and nautical instruments, among others.
Fábrica de Porcelana da Vista Alegre
3830-292, Vista Alegre
The museum is located at the old Vista Alegre factory. It features glass objects made in the 19th century, as well as the history of the porcelain production and its evolution throughout over 150 years.
Lugar da Vista Alegre
Temple with thick walls, vaults and brick masonry of limestone. The façade has a large niche with a statue of Nossa Senhora da Penha de France. The classification covers the tomb of Manuel de Moura, Bishop of Miranda.
Rua São Francisco Xavier (EN 591)
3830-619, Gafanha da Nazaré
A place that reconstitutes the way of life of the Gafanhas people. A house with a typical decor of the populations of the tidal stream and of the sea.
Calçada Carlos Paião
É o mais alto Farol de Portugal. Foi construído entre 1885 e 1893. Só em 1950 se modernizou-se o sistema iluminante que passou a ser feito a energia elétrica, em vez da incandescência a partir do vapor do petróleo.
Avenida Marginal José Estêvão (EN 109-7)
3830, Costa Nova do Prado
A pedestrian area on the banks of the Aveiro tidal stream, with wide lawns, a track for bicycles and lovely passages.
Rua da Escola Politécnica, 56-58
The National Museum of Natural history is an organism of the University of Lisbon, which has the functions of preserving heritage, investigate and disseminate knowledge through the methods and techniques of communication that are appropriate. In the space dedicated to science take place exhibitions about exact sciences (various modules relating to physical laws, documented with interactive experiences). Is divided into four thematic nuclei: the historical and interactive exhibition of long duration, the chemical laboratory of the Ecole Polytechnique, the experimental workshops of chemistry and the Planetarium.
Rua de São Filipe de Nery
It is, surely, the jewel of the city. A masterpiece of the Tuscan architect Nicolau Nasoni, the Tower built between 1731 and 1763 is a magnificent work of stonework, 75 meters high and whose 240 steps of the spiral staircase lead to a balcony located at the top and from where one can enjoy the gratifying views of the city and its surroundings.