Soares dos Reis National Museum
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The Museu Nacional de Soares dos Reis was the country’s first public art museum.Founded in 1833 under the aegis of Liberalism,it was created to receive the confiscated property of the dissolved monasteries both in Porto and those of S. Martinho de Tibães and Sta Cruz de Coimbra in its Episcopal See.
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Built at the end of the 18th Century by a wealthy Porto family, it is classified as a heritage site. It has collections of ceramics, sculptures, engravings, jewellery, furniture, gold and silver.
Soares dos Reis has collections of ceramics, sculptures, engravings, jewellery, furniture, gold and silver work, paintings, textiles and glass.
One of the Porto’s top museums, with a superb collections of painting, ceramics, sculpture, engravings, jewellery and goldwork, textiles and glassware from over the centuries. There are fine paintings by Portugal’s own Aurélia de Sousa, António Carneiro, Silva Porto and Henrique Pousão, as well…