The extraordinary Bugatti Type 35B Grand Prix is the most winningest thoroughbred in the history of competition. It brought home more than two thousand winner’s trophies for world-famous Molshiem marque.
Still Life | Pablo Picasso 1947
A painful testimony from the period of the Second World War, donated to Museu do Caramulo by the artist himself.
Dame | Amadeo de Souza-Cardoso 1913
This oil on wood exemplifies the evolution of Amadeo de Souza-Cardoso’s work, which evolved from classical to an approach to cubism which eventually led to his abstract art.
Lamborghini Miura P400 SV 1971
Considered the world’s first supercar, the Miura is adorned with one of the most alluring bodywork designs ever to be signed-off by Marcello Gandini.
This very rare Portuguese specimen, form the Alba factory in Albergaria-a-Velha, was a unique model specifically produced to participate in speed tests.
Bottle by Jorge Álvares 1552
This extremely rare bottle by Jorge Álvares represents one of the very first Chinese porcelains to display Portuguese inscriptions.
City in Ruins | Vieira da Silva1955
The Museu do Caramulo collection contains three exemplary works by Vieira da Silva, one of the most significant painters of the mid-20th century. They are “City in ruins”, “Paliçada” and “Cidade das Torres”.
Mercedes-Benz 770K Grosser 1938
Purchased to protect Salazar after a bombing attempt in 1937, this armoured Mercedes-Benz 770 remains one of the world’s most original examples of the famous model by the German manufacturer.
Ferrari 166 MM Barchetta Touring 1950
The Ferrari 166 MM, with the chassis number 0056 M, was the first to enter Portugal from iconic brand’s Maranello home.
Tapestries Portuguese in IndiaSéc. XVI
Museu do Caramulo has the world’s largest set of Tournai tapestries dedicated to the discovery of India by the Portuguese.