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The musealization of the Roman Medicinal Baths of Chaves

  • 31 MAY 2023 6PM

31 May 202318h – 19h30

by Sérgio Carneiro, UNIARQ, Centre of Archeology - University of Lisbon, DGPC

> 12 anos

Free admission, subject to room capacity

Sérgio Carneiro will present the scientific component of the permanent exhibition of the Museum of Roman Thermal Baths of Chaves, integrated in the museum's architectural choices and the environmental constraints inherent to the archaeological site. The conservation and restoration issues that have not yet been resolved by the municipality will once again be examined.

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