Manuel Heitor, Minister of Science, Technology and Higher Education, announced at the Côa Museum the creation of the “Foz Coa International Research Award”, with a global allocation of 2.5 million euros, to finance SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH PROJECTS AND TECHNOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENT for the promotion of R & D activities of interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary scope in the region...
Author: Coa Parque (Coa Parque)
The museums and archaeological sites of the Coa Valley – Siega Verde, Altamira and Lascaux have announced the creation of a Rock Art Passport, thus promoting the circulation of visitors between spaces classified as UNESCO World Heritage. At a meeting held on 13 March at the Côa Museum, under the General Protocol for Collaboration in...
The Archaeological Park and Côa Museum receive seal of quality as rock art tourist destination from Prehistoric Rock Art Trails
Meeting between Portugal, Spain and France to attract more tourists
"The institution will receive 595,000 euros from the Cultural Development Fund and the General Directorate of Cultural Heritage"
The Côa Museum joins the National Network of Ciência Viva Centers
The great tourist destinations of Cantabria
Remembering the initiative Artists for Foz Côa
Exhibition curated by Alexandra Silvano, with pieces from several entities
Another meeting of the Scientific Council of the Côa Park Foundation was held, which featured a presentation by Professor Jørgen Primdahl of the University of Copenhagen on Landscape Strategy Making regarding Danish case studies.