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Paraíso de Baco

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Hidden : 10/18/2010
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Criado em 1968, instalado numa antiga adega de 1875. Mostra uma colecção de 10500 peças, alfaias agrícolas, máquinas e objectos ligados à viticultura desde o século XVIII.
O museu alberga um dos mais significativos espólios ligados à actividade vitivinícola existentes no país, constituído por cerca de dez mil peças.
O Museu Nacional do Vinho de Alcobaça , ocupa um núcleo de edifícios de indiscutível interesse arquitectónico e reunindo o mais importante espólio vitivinícola existente em Portugal.
Neste momento o Museu Nacional do Vinho encontra-se Encerrado para Manutenção.


Created in 1968 and housed in a former winery since 1875. It shows a collection of 10.500 pieces, farm implements, machinery and other objects connected with viticulture since the eighteenth century.
The museum houses one of the most significant collections related with wine industry in the country, with more than ten thousand pieces.
The National Museum of Wine, placed in Alcobaça, occupies central buildings of architectural interest and gathers the most important wine collection in Portugal. In the present days the National Museum of Wine is closed for maintenance.

 


Na mitologia romana, Baco era o deus do vinho, das festas, do lazer, do prazer e da folia. Filho do deus Júpiter com a mortal Sêmele, Baco era considerado pelos romanos como um amante da paz e promotor da civilização.
De acordo com a mitologia romana, Baco ao tornar-se adulto descobriu a forma de extrair o suco da uva e produzir o vinho.

 


In Roman Mythology, Bacchus was the god of wine, parties, leisure and revelry. Son of the god Jupiter with a mortal named Semele, Bacchus was considered by the Romans as a peace lover and a promoter of civilization. According to Roman Mythology, when Bacchus becomes an adult, discovers how to extract the juice of grapes and turning it into wine.


"Vinho dá poesia, poesia dá Vinho"
Raúl Ponchon, Poeta Francês

 

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