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Military Museum is a pertaining institution to the Portuguese Army, dedicated for the preservation of military history, located in Porto, Portugal.


Fc Porto Museum, officially known as FC Porto Museum by BMG for sponsorship reasons, is a museum located in Porto, dedicated to the history of the Portuguese association football club FC Porto.


Pharmacy Museum Launched in 2010, responsibility for the Pharmacy Museum belongs to the Portuguese Association of Pharmacies and allows the visitor to step back in time, in effect 500 million years back, to a time when man was battling to find a cure for illnesses and in search of pain relief.


Serralves Museum opened in 1999 in order to endow Oporto with a space dedicated to contemporary art. The Museum’s core objectives are the constitution of a representative collection of Portuguese and international contemporary art;


National Museum Soares dos Reis is a museum, currently housed in the Carrancas Palace situated in the civil parish of Cedofeita, Santo Ildefonso, Sé, Miragaia, São Nicolau e Vitória, in the northern Portuguese city of Porto.


The Rock Art Site in Coa Valley is the most important Paleolithic rock art site inthe outdoor world. Its rocks contain trademarks from around 25,000 years to the present. The valley meets 50 cores of art over the last 17 ​​kilometers of the river Coa, to its confluence with the Douro. They are mostly pictures of the Upper Paleolithic, but there are also paintings and engravings of the Neolithic and Chalcolithic, Iron Age engravings from the 18th,19th and 20th centuries. A guide from Archaeological Park takes visitors in all-terrain vehicles up to the engravings.


Alto Douro Vineyards reflect the most represented and best preserved area of the Demarcada do Douro region, which has also been the oldest regulated winemaking region in the world since 1756. The cultural landscape is a multi century old work, from technical adaptations and knowledge connected to the cultivation of vines for this wine production with worldwide recognition. The wine produced here is reflected in its denomination of “Porto” or “Douro” origin, as well from other Mediterranean cultures such as olives and almonds.