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Vila Nova Famalicao is a municipality in the district of Braga, in the north of Portugal, composed of 49 parishes. Vila Nova Famalicao has a population of 131.690 inhabitants and a total area of 201.7 square kilometres. Although it is small, Vila Nova Famalicao has a wide range of attractions in and around the area, for tourists to see and enjoy. Vila Nova Famalicao is also the place where you can enjoy traditional Portuguese cuisine and indulge in the many interesting museums.

Top Attractions Within Vila Nova Famalicao

Raio Palace is a Baroque-era residence in the urbanised area of the municipality of Braga, near Vila Nova Famalicao. The construction of this ornate palace was ordered by Joao Duarte de Faria, a knight of the Order of Christ, who was a rich merchant. The palace is a two-storey building, consisting of several three door on the main floor, flanked by ornate framed windows. The palace is absolutely stunning, and it would be a shame to miss it.

Convent of Populo is also located in Braga, near Vila Nova Famalicao. The convent combines austere elements from Mannerism, Baroque, Rococo and Neoclassicism belying the extravagant interior, and it is highlighted by the Baroque facade of the Church of Populo. It is a unique and wonderful church.

Medina Museum is located in Bragam, Portugal, near Vila Nova Famalicao, in the same building of the Pius XII Museum. The collection comprises 83 oil paintings and 21 drawings of the painter Henrique Medina. Among the collection there are many portraits, still life and landscapes. The museum was inaugurated in 1984.

Stringed Instruments Museum is a very interesting museum located in Braga, near Vila Nova Famalicao. The museum is dedicated to traditional Portuguese String instruments. The collection features Portuguese instruments from the Middle Ages through modern times, as some have fallen into disuse. Some of the exhibits include Cavaquinhos, Portuguese guitars, Mandolins, banjos and other interesting instruments.

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