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CA­SA DA MU­SI­CA / HOU­SE OF MU­SIC Ave­ni­da da Boa­vi­sta, 604- 610 Que­sto edi­fi­cio dal­la for­ma ir­re­go­la­re è sta­to di­se­gna­to dall’ar­chi­tet­to di fa­ma mon­dia­le Rem Koo­lhaas esclu­si­va­men­te per con­cer­ti e per­for­man­ce mu­si­ca­li. Al suo in­ter­no c’è un au­di­to­rium dal­la acu­sti­ca per­fet­ta ca­pa­ce di ospi­ta­re 1.300 per­so­ne. This ir­re­gu­lar- sha­ped buil­ding was de­si­gned by world- re­no­w­ned ar­chi­tect Rem Koo­lhaas ex­clu­si­ve­ly for mu­si­cal per­for­man­ces. In­si­de the­re is a per­fect acou­stic au­di­to­rium that can hosts 1.300 people. www. ca­sa­da­mu­si­ca. com

PAR­CO SERRALVES / SERRALVES PARK Rua de D. João de Ca­stro, 210 Il Serralves Park, ri­sa­len­te al­la pri­ma me­tà del XX se­co­lo, è sta­to il pri­mo par­co pri­va­to na­zio­na­le, co­strui­to sul­la ba­se di un pro­get­to di pae­sag­gio ar­chi­tet­to­ni­co. Com­ple­ta­to nel 1940, il giar­di­no si ri­chia­ma l’ar­te Neo­clas­si­ca dei giar­di­ni al­la francese, leg­ger­men­te mo­der­niz­za­to, di­ver­so quin­di dal con­cet­to tra­di­zio­na­le dei giar­di­ni del­la cit­tà di Por­to. The Serralves Park, from the fir­st half of the twen­tie­th cen­tu­ry, was the fir­st pri­va­te na­tio­nal gar­den built on the ba­sis of an ar­chi­tec­tu­ral land­sca­pe pro­ject. Com­ple­ted in 1940, the gar­den fi­ts the neo­clas­si­cal pro­fi­le of the art of Fren­ch gardens, slightly mo­der­ni­zed, mo­ving away from the tra­di­tio­nal con­cept of gardens in Por­to. www. serralves. pt

SPIAG­GIA LUZ / LUZ BEA­CH Ave­ni­da do Bra­sil La spiag­gia Luz de­tie­ne sia la ban­die­ra blu e un pre­mio Gol­den Bea­ch. è for­ma­ta da una pic­co­la zo­na di sab­bia cir­con­da­ta da roc­ce. Du­ran­te la bas­sa ma­rea è pos­si­bi­le ve­de­re due pon­to­ni dai ba­gni IX se­co­lo. Il no­me del­la spiag­gia de­ri­va dal­la sua vi­ci­nan­za a Rua Se­n­ho­ra da Luz, do­ve un tem­po c’era una cap­pel­la de­di­ca­ta al­la Ma­don­na del­la Lu­ce. In un se­con­do mo­men­to so­no sta­te co­strui­te un fa­ro e una for­tez­za ac­can­to al­la cap­pel­la, sul Mon­te da Luz. Da qui, la vi­sta spa­zia dal Dou­ro fi­no a Espi­n­ho. The Luz bea­ch holds both a Blue Flag and a Gol­den Bea­ch award. The bea­ch is for­med by a small area of sand sur­roun­ded by rocks. Du­ring low ti­de it is pos­si­ble to see two pon­toons from the 19th cen­tu­ry ba­ths. The bea­ch’s na­me ( Light) co­mes from its pro­xi­mi­ty to Rua Se­n­ho­ra da Luz, whe­re the­re was on­ce a cha­pel de­di­ca­ted to the mo­ther of God, as Our La­dy of the Light. At a la­ter da­te a lighthou­se and fort we­re built next to the cha­pel, on Mon­te da Luz. From he­re, the view stret­ches from the Dou­ro sand­bar all the way to Espi­n­ho.

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