This house was built by a wealthy family in the 19th century. The town hall bought the place andtoday it's the childrean science and technology club. These clubs now are in all the portuguese citys teaching childrean the basis of technology.
Amadora had many, many villas in the XIXth century. Many of them were destroyed to built the new iron city in the XXth century. Today there's only a few left in Amadora. This one is next to Bairro do Borel, a quite expensive zone of Amadora.
Well, the most exciting about the house it's the architecture. Typical Portuguses XIXth century. The balcony, the roof and the worderfull details in the roof. It's worth visiting the house and take a nice picture.
Alto de Cabreira Estrada da Circunvalacao, Amadora, 2610-041, Portugal
Good for: Business
Largo Major Humberto da Cruz, 3, Amadora, 2700-545, Portugal
Good for: Solo
Largo Major Humberto Da Cruz, 3, Amadora, 2700-545
In all the villages and citys in Portugal you'll find always a pastry shop. We call it "Pastelarias". Portuguese love cakes and sweets and Amadora locals are no exception. So why wont you try this place. Fresh all day!