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1st Bibliographic Exhibition of Science Fiction & Fantasy (A Cycle of Exhibitions and Talks) : Albergaria-a-Velha, Portugal

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Within the SF and Fantasy Cycle of Exhibitions and Talks,  the Municipal Library of Albergaria-a-Velha (Portugal) organizes on the afternoon of  Saturday, March the 7th (17:00), a talk and a debate with Alvaro de Sousa Holstein – researcher, short story writer, poet, essayist and genealogist – and  guests.

Alvaro de Sousa Holstein 

The SF and Fantasy Cycle of Exhibitions and Talks want to change the image usually shared by people averse to technology, as we can’t forget the saga of discovery, the personalities of Bartolomeu de Gusmão and Padre Himalaya, etc., to ignore the feat of mankind and the knowledge associated with it, the existence of the portuguese contributions to SF and to science (as the air vehicle, the Barcarola and the first “solar machine”, the pyrheliphoro).  The SF and Fantasy Cycle of Exhibitions and Talks also intends to promote the domestic production in the genres of science fiction and fantasy as Fernando Pessoa, Mário de Sá Carneiro, Jorge de Sena, Natalia Correia, Romeu de Melo or José Saramago already done.

Ciclo de Mostras – I Mostra Bibliografica de Ficção Científica e Fantasia (Albergaria 3 a 31 de Março de 2015)

Albergaria-a-Velha, Portugal

The municipality of Albergaria-a-Velha is located in the transition zone between the coastal municipalities of MurtosaAveiroEstarreja and Ílhavo and the more mountain communities in the interior. Albergaria-a-Velha is a town and a municipality in the Aveiro District in Portugal. The population in 2011 was 25,252, in an area of 158.83 km².

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