Increase 3% monuments protected by the DGPC in 2014 in relation to the year transato

Good News:
The rise is tiny, according to the General Directorate of Cultural Heritage, museums, palaces and national monuments received more than 3,5 million visitors, in 2014, an increase of nearly three percent in the number of entries, compared 2013, however it is still an annual record. Good to know that Portugal is fashionable and foreign tourists visit us to see our museums, monuments or palaces; but also the magic of Portugal lies in its people, in his light, in its biodiversity and geodiversity.
For the Portuguese recommend, why not go to a museum? And you know the visits are free on the first Sunday of the month, ie the first of the year will be on February 1st.
"The Museum of Ancient Art, Lisbon, was the most visited national museums, with 221.675 Tickets, surpassing the Coach Museum, usual in these spaces public leader protected by the General Directorate of Cultural Heritage (DGCP).
According to statistics released by CMPD visitors today, Former National Art Museum has risen from 138.728 visitors, in 2013, for 221.675 visitors, last year.
The National Museum of Cars, also in Lisbon, also increased, of 189.088 visitors, in 2013, for 206.887, in 2014.
Last year, addition to the permanent collection, the NMAA showed temporary exhibitions – in partnership with the private producers Everything is new and currently the WOW – as “Rubens, Brueghel, Lorrain. The Nordic landscape of the Prado Museum”, “The Saboias. Kings and Patrons (We have, 1730-1750)” and “FMR. The Franco Maria Ricci Collection”, which remains until April of this year.
The third most visited national museum 2014 was the Tile Museum, also in the capital, with 115.515 entries 2014, noting also a rise, since in 2013 received 101.639.
With over one hundred thousand visitors in 2014, is yet another museum Lisbon, the Museum of Archaeology, with 103.068 Tickets, that rose from the 80.141, in 2013.
Above the 50 thousand tickets, in 2014, were museums Onix (80.241), in Viseu, Conímbriga (85.075) and Machado de Castro (62.301), Coimbra, Theatre (50.351), Lisbon, and Soares dos Reis (50.348), no Puerto.
We monuments, the Jeronimos Monastery, Lisbon, was the most visited 24 cultural spaces, under the supervision of the CMPD, with 807.845 Tickets, also with an increase compared to 2013, when recorded 763.205 visitors.
The Monastery of Batalha was the second most visited, with 300.565 Tickets, with respect to an increase in 2013, when received 283.698 visitors.
For national palaces protected by the CMPD, Mafra maintained its leadership, with 274.255 Tickets, also rise, since in 2013 received 244.489 visitors.
The Museum of Ancient Art, Lisbon, was the most visited national museums, with 221.675 Tickets, surpassing the Coach Museum, usual in these spaces public leader protected by the General Directorate of Cultural Heritage (DGCP).
According to statistics released by CMPD visitors today, Former National Art Museum has risen from 138.728 visitors, in 2013, for 221.675 visitors, last year.
The National Museum of Cars, also in Lisbon, also increased, of 189.088 visitors, in 2013, for 206.887, in 2014.
Last year, addition to the permanent collection, the NMAA showed temporary exhibitions – in partnership with the private producers Everything is new and currently the WOW – as “Rubens, Brueghel, Lorrain. The Nordic landscape of the Prado Museum”, “The Saboias. Kings and Patrons (We have, 1730-1750)” and “FMR. The Franco Maria Ricci Collection”, which remains until April of this year.
The third most visited national museum 2014 was the Tile Museum, also in the capital, with 115.515 entries 2014, noting also a rise, since in 2013 received 101.639.

Batalha Monastery
With over one hundred thousand visitors in 2014, is yet another museum Lisbon, the Museum of Archaeology, with 103.068 Tickets, that rose from the 80.141, in 2013.
Above the 50 thousand tickets, in 2014, were museums Onix (80.241), in Viseu, Conímbriga (85.075) and Machado de Castro (62.301), Coimbra, Theatre (50.351), Lisbon, and Soares dos Reis (50.348), no Puerto.
We monuments, the Jeronimos Monastery, Lisbon, was the most visited 24 cultural spaces, under the supervision of the CMPD, with 807.845 Tickets, also with an increase compared to 2013, when recorded 763.205 visitors.
The Monastery of Batalha was the second most visited, with 300.565 Tickets, with respect to an increase in 2013, when received 283.698 visitors.
For national palaces protected by the CMPD, Mafra maintained its leadership, with 274.255 Tickets, also rise, since in 2013 received 244.489 visitors.
According to DGPC, museums, palaces and national monuments received more than 3,5 million visitors, in 2014, an increase of nearly three percent in the number of entries, compared to 2013 "1
1-Retired from http://observador.pt/2015/01/16/visitantes-de-museus-palacios-e-monumentos-nacionais-acima-dos-35-milhoes-em-2014/

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