Luís Barriga presents the book “Estoi – Ruínas de Milreu”

Luís Barriga was born in Estoi, in 1961

The writer from Estoi Luís Barriga presents, next Saturday, September 10, at 18 pm, his latest book “Estoi – Ruínas de Milreu”.

«In this work, with a historical-monographic content, which follows the path of his work «Estoi – Festa da Pinha», Luís Barriga presents a historical and social framework of Estoi, based on the Roman complex of Milreu and the continuous occupation of that territory until today», explains Arandis Editora.

The presentation of the work will be in charge of Nuno Campos Inácio and will take place in the Ruínas de Milreu.

For the author Luís Barriga, Milreu has always been part of his imagination.

«It was uncomfortable for me not to be able to go through the Ruins with knowledge and true understanding, both of what I was seeing and of the historical value of this monument. On the other hand, he thought it important to publish a document, a monograph, which, through rigorous language, as simple as possible and profusely illustrated, would allow the interested party to know the history of the municipality and the village of Estoi, and to understand what he is visiting. when you look over the Ruins of Milreu. This publication could be a good tool for spreading our heritage: I hope so! », he explains.

Luís Barriga was born in Estoi, in 1961.

Clinical Psychologist is a specialist in Clinical and Health Psychology, has a master's degree in Perinatal Psychology, is a researcher in Clinical Psychology and was a University Lecturer.

He was director of the Casa do Povo de Estoi and is president of the Civic Association Tomaz Cabreira.

He began his literary activity in 2015, with the publication of the novel «Sombra e Sol – Vai a rua em dois cores», which was followed by «Mais Sol que Sombra», «Estoi – Festa da Pinha», «Em Nome d' El-Rey», «Once Upon a Time the Pineapple Festival» and «Perverse Manipulated Mind». In recent years he has dedicated himself to the critical re-edition of the poetic works of Emiliano da Costa, having published the titles «Helianthos 1926» and «Phlogistos 1931».