Sacred Art Museum of Funchal
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One of the oldest (16th. century) and most well preserved museums in Funchal. It houses collections of paintings, sculptures, jewellery and garments.
Made up of collections of painting, sculpture, goldsmithery and paramentaria from the 15th to 19th centuries.
This museum holds a lot of religious art from various centuries. Most of the art is from Catholic Churches.
The Sacred Art Museum contains collections of paintings, sculptures, gold and silver objects and vestments dating from the end of the 15th century to the 19th century. One of the highlights of the Flemish Art section is a collection of 15th and 16th-century Flemish paintings which arrived in…
If you like old art, its the best place in Funchal. Its our heritage from years of commercial trade with Netherlands.
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“The Funchal Natural History Museum is housed in São Pedro Palace, one of the most important examples of mid-18th century Portuguese civil architecture. Various species of birds, marine reptiles, land and marine mammals, insects, invertebrates and plants are on exhibit, as well as a collection of rocks and minerals from the archipelago of Madeira and marine fossils from Porto Santo island. In all, the museum’s collections include over 37,000 specimens. The building is also home to the museum’s scientific library and the Municipal Aquarium.”
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“You can walk to the nearest shopping center. It will just take you 7min to get there.”
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“If you don’t go for the museum go for the garden. A very nice and cosy retreat inside the city center. A well taken care garden and you can also enjoy a coffee or a drink in a peaceful place with amazing views of Funchal. ”
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“With more than 345,000 visitors per year, the nationally acclaimed botanical gardens host some of the worlds most luxurious plants. The garden is divided into six areas, Madeiran indigenous and endemic species, arboretum, succulent plants, agro-industrial plants, medicinal and aromatic plants as well as palm trees and cycads. The garden opened to the public in 1960, after being previously part of an estate owned to the family of William Reid. ”
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