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Casa-Museu Guerra Junqueiro, Porto

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Casa-Museu Guerra Junqueiro is a palace and museum in Porto, Portugal. It is a cultural center in memory of poet and writer Guerra Junqueiro.The palace dates back to 1730 and was built in Baroque style by Nicolau Nasoni. It is located at Rua de D. Hugo, nº 15. In 1940 the estate was donated by his daughter to honor him and it later became a museum.Exhibited in the museum is a collection of religious art, ceramics and furniture etc.
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Portugal's second city offers a healthy variety and quantity of accessible accommodations. The historical city center on the northern bank of the River Douro teems with hotel options, ranging from budget-friendly hostels and guesthouses, which often have shared rooms, to upscale, luxury hotels housed in larger buildings and packed with amenities. All of these options place you conveniently close to the town's main sights, including churches, historical squares, and more. On top of that, many hotels on the northern bank boast good views from their hilltop vantage points. If you want to save big on cost, it's worth considering a more low-key hostel or small hotel on the less-popular southern bank.
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  • a house of a poet with the most amazing antiquities! Tapestries, ceramics, furniture beautiful displayed. With a lovely little cafe next to it.... that we enjoyed great coffee, hot chocolate and a ora...  more »
  • Mainly this historic house didn't seem to have much 'personality.' The items in it (furniture, furnishings, artwork, porcelain, silver) are quite lovely, but I probably blitzed through it in half the ...  more »
  • Just behind Sé do Porto, in the heart of the historical center, this Museum was Guerra Junqueiro's house (as the name indicates) and offers a quite unique collection. Certainly worth a visit!  more »
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  • Small museum with a perfect collection. The cafe in the garden is also very nice.
  • Nice museum and a lot of history inside. Do not hesitate to visit this small but grate museum
  • Small museum with really nice pieces
  • Small museum with some neat pieces of craft work.
  • Very well restored. A fantastic visit. Congratulations.
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