Museu Nacional de Arte Antiga
205 locals recommend ·
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De 3/12/13 a 30/3/14, RUBENS, BRUEGHEL, LORRAIN - A PAISAGEM NÓRDICA DO MUSEU DO PRADO.
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Museu Nacional de Arte Antiga is the most important art museum from the 12th to the 19th centuries in Portugal, hosting the most relevant public collection of ancient art in the country.
A collection of European Ancient art. If nothing else visiting the museum is a good excuse to go to the lovely Janelas Verdes district.
Portugal's "national gallery" is the Ancient Art Museum, opened in 1884 in a 17th-century palace. Its most significant works include Hieronymus Bosch's "Temptation of Saint Anthony" and Albrecht Dürer's "Saint Jerome," but the main highlight is a 15th century masterpiece attributed to Portuguese…
This museum has a beautiful Garden with view over the city and a good food for lunch. Next to a beautiful hidden local viewpoint.
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“This museum is unequalled anywhere in the world. It tells the story of the tile in Portugal from its first uses on 16th century walls to the present day”
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“The museum has an impressive modern art collection. The best classical music concerts are here. Both the building and famous garden worth a visit.”
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“A true paradise in the middle of the city, this is a great hangout spot for families. In the summer, it sometimes has live music.”
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