Portuguese museums house magical pieces that teach us about the art and history of Portugal. These masterpieces can be the starting point to set up an itinerary, Ranging from archeology nuclei to the recently created industrial heritage centers, Portugal offers an extraordinary list of national museums, regional museums and foundations displaying not only the history and local arts, but also the Portuguese artistic inspiration born out of its meetings with other peoples, as well as the portrait of those encounters expressed into exotic arts.
Some examples of the spectacular Portuguese musicological collections are the pieces of Roman origin, as well as those of Jewish influence, Romanesque illuminated works, statures and Gothic jewelry, Portuguese and

Flemish Renaissance paintings, a magnificent amount of religious garments, strongly encouraged by the economic power of the 16th century resulting from the trading in Flanders, Oriental porcelain, furniture, tile panels, carpets and precious bedspreads, and priceless Baroque treasures.
This is not all, though. Popular and ethnographic arts, as well as important witnesses of the national art of the 20th century, which has seen a tremendous development and internationalization in the last decades, have also led to a growing museum graphic specialization.
Sometimes beyond the conventional limits of museology by putting on many temporary exhibitions framed in appropriate settings, or in other cases more cozy viewings of collections, many Portuguese museums aim to evolve and adapt to their surrounding, strengthening their ties within their geographical site, offering itineraries based on their specific contents.


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