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SERPA OPEN MUSEUM

MUSEUMS AND INTERPRETIVE CENTRES

Serpa Open Museum invites you to rediscover, in their natural locations, the objects, the themes and the information presented in the museums. These spaces are distributed in a network throughout the Territory and will help you interpret the Cultural Significance of the notable points, which is found in the place itself, in its fabric, surroundings, use, associations, meanings, records, related objects and places. Museums and interpretive centres reveal the aesthetic, historical, scientific, social or spiritual value for past, present and future generations.

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Museu Municipal de

Arqueologia

Recentemente intervencionado, oferece aos visitantes um renovado modelo expositivo que dá a conhecer as origens (...)

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Vila Verde de Ficalho Museum

Housed in Vila Verde de Ficalho’s Old São Jorge Church, a building from the second half of the sixteenth century, is  (...)

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Vila Nova de S. Bento Arts Centre

located in the Vila Nova de S. Bento Parish Council building, offers culture-related objects and services in four areas  (...)

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Municipal Museum of Ethnography

Currently undergoing requalification works, will soon present its collection in a renovated exhibition model (...)

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Pias Rural

Museum

A space of learning and

dialogue between generations,

in which Memory is given

priority (...)

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Museu do Cante

Dedicado ao Cante Alentejano, manifestação inscrita na Lista Representativa do Património Cultural Imaterial da Humanidade da Unesco e da qual Serpa é a comunidade representativa, (...)

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Museu do Relógio / Clock Museum

A special space, the only one in the Iberian Peninsula and one of five museums worldwide dedicated to this theme (...)

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Old Grinding

Plant

Old factory building that has been added two buildings, now house the Musibéria -  International Centre for Music and Dance of the Iberian World (...)

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Palácio Ficalho

O Palácio Ficalho é uma casa senhorial da segunda metade do século XVII integrada na muralha medieval que envolve o Centro Histórico de Serpa.

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