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This astonishing collection of biblical scenes is something I have never seen before. On the wall hangs a list of all the materials madre Margarida used. With simple things like wood, cotton, glass she was able to create fascinating figurines, which all wear different clothes...More
First time we arrived, museum was closed. Second time, it was closed but a sign said "Opening at 13:30". We came back at 13:30 and only JUST as we had given up at 13:50, someone showed up (without the keys). A few minutes later it...More
The museum is located in the home of the nun who created the tiny figures and Biblical scenes in the 19th century. While the exhibit is small, it is a marvel, and the story of her life, as depicted in a short video and told...More
This museum is a little difficult to find, the Trip Advisor map has only an approximate location. There is only one reason to come here and that is the incredible collection of figurines made by Madre Margarida. After an introductory video (which is only slightly...More
Sister Madre Margarida do Apocalipe was a nun at the local convert before it was dissolved in the XIX. See entered the convert as she was the seventh daughter in a large family and there was no money left for a dowry. After the dissolution...More