Sculpture representing a locomotive arriving at the station of Cuba, in its interior appear two personages: the machinist and the man of the coal that greet the population when arriving at the village. The sides of the piece are accompanied by two large yellow columns and a clock representing the railway station in Cuba.
Homenagem a todos os cubenses
que com o seu trabalho nos caminhos de ferro
muito contribuíram para o desenvolvimento
ecónomico do concelho.
Cuba, 2 de setembro 2017
Escultura por: António Charneca
Homage to all Cubans
who with their work on the railways
contributed greatly to the economic
development of the municipality.
Cuba, 2 September 2017
Sculpture by: António Charneca
- António José Charneca,
Portuguese sculptor from Azaruja, Évora. Together with his brother he uses a special technique in the construction of sculptures, which makes them cheaper than the conventional ones
Sources & Information
Location (N 38°9'44" - W 7°53'31")
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Item Code: ptat084; Photograph: 5 September 2017
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