This ethnographic centre is housed in the former manor house of Saint-Vincent, a monument of great sobriety and typical of 17th century architecture. Shows, exhibitions or conferences are organized there. Ceramic pieces, painted wood, fragments of basalt stone buildings (fountain, cornice, column, lintel, etc.) and a beautiful collection of azulejos make up the collection of a small informal and pleasant museum. Upstairs, Father Evariste Gouveia's mecânico Presépio represents various animated scenes from the Bible.
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