Next Tuesday, January 14, at 11.30 am, in the Noble Hall of Paços, the Loulé City Hall, the Directorate General of Cultural Heritage and the Regional Directorate of Culture of the Algarve will celebrate protocols for the preparation of an exhibition. dedicated to the history of Quarteira.
“With feet on land and hands on the sea – 6,000 years of Quarteira History”, will open on May 13, 2021, in a space of the city. During this year and a half an important work will be done in the inventory and study of cultural goods to integrate the exhibition, sessions will be held with the population to be an exhibition that is built collaboratively and will be curated by Rui Parreira, involving dozens of investigators.
Quarteira, a territory that has remarkable remains of the Roman period, which was for centuries a fishing village until the explosion of Algarve tourism, and is today one of the most sought after destinations for those visiting the region.
This initiative is part of the strategy of the Municipality of Loulé for the cultural area and follows the same philosophy of the Exhibition “LOULÉ – Territories, Memories and Identities” which, between 2017 and 2019, was open to the public at the National Archaeological Museum in Lisbon. , making known the period between the oldest vestiges of human occupation in the current Loulé Municipality until 1384, date of the oldest known Veração Minutes in Portugal.
After signing the protocols, a visit will be made to the new Museological Reserves of the Municipal Museum of Loulé.