Viterbo'8 - The Artists House
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Architecture in Portugal is marked by various eras of Art History and the influence of various cultural and aesthetic movements.
Ceramics is an Art and craft very linked to the city of Porto, because for many years Porto has specialized in the production of ceramics.
Cinema in Portugal emerged in the late nineteenth century, with Aurélio Paz dos Reis, name responsible for the first for the first films of Portuguese cinema.
Fado is a typical Portuguese musical style, whose appearance arouses several theories.
The origin of Filigree dates back to the third millennium BC in Mesopotamia and is nowadays a very characteristic art of Portuguese culture.
Portuguese Literature is characterized by its diversity of lyric poetry and prose, with illustrious representatives who left an indelible mark.
Painting in Portugal has always been closely linked to religion, which is due to the fact that the religious class was the main consumer of art in Portugal until the 19th century.
Theater always took place in Portuguese culture, but it was in the 16th century that Gil Vicente and his work brought significant development to Portuguese theater.