The exhibition at Espaço Campanhã is about four people whose names were given to streets of Campanhã parish: Virgínia Moura, Dâmaso Carreiro, Emílio Biel and Teófilo Seyrig.
Virgínia Moura was the first woman to have a degree in Civil Engineering in Portugal and a fearless anti-fascist activist.
Dâmaso Romão Carreiro was a primary school teacher that was inspired by Ovide Decroly and Édouard Claparède. He adapted informal and playful learning methods to the Portuguese context in the 1930's.
Emílio Biel was an entrepeneur born in Germany that came to live in Oporto in 1860. He was passionate about photography, tecnology and collecting butterflies. Biel was nominated the Royal House Photographer and produced series about portuguese landscapes, regional clothings, but also about bridges and trains.
Théophile Seyrig was the enginner, born in Prussia, that worked in the project of D. Maria Pia Bridge (with Maison Eiffel) and on the project D. Luiz I Bridge (with Societé Willebroeck).