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MonumentsIgreja de Santo Isidoro de Canaveses
TEL: +351 255 810 706
FAX: +351 255 810 709
MonumentsIgreja da Misericórdia de MonçãoThe Brotherhood of Nossa Senhora da Misericórdia (Our Lady of Mercy) was founded in Monção in 1590 although the Church was only built in the 17th century. It represents a transitional period with both Mannerist and Baroque features to this modest (...)
MonumentsIgreja de São PedroChurch of São Pedro The Church of São Pedro was built in the 18th century. Notable features of the exterior include the contrasts of the black carved masonry work that distinguishes Azorean churches.The ample interior includes the main chapel, (...)
MonumentsIgreja dos Grilos - PortoChurch from the 16th / 17th c. in mannerist style.
TEL: +351 22 200 80 56
MonumentsForte de PaçôThis fort was built right on the edge of the beach, only a few metres from the sea, which comes up to its walls in winter.
MonumentsForte ou Castelo de Santiago da BarraSituated close to the sea, the Manueline Torre da Roqueta is clearly visible with its parapet of merlons and projecting balconies, supported by brackets and machicolations. Its structure is typical of fortified military architecture.
Museums and PalacesMuseu Geológico
TEL: +351 21 346 39 15
FAX: +351 21 342 46 09
WEBSITE: http://e-geo.ineti.pt/MuseuGeologico/default. (...)
Museums and PalacesMuseu da CidadeThe museum is housed in the Palácio Pimenta, a mid-18C summer residence. The living quarters, all decorated with azulejo panels from the reign of D. João V - including a chapel, kitchen, pantry, bedroom and rooms - have been used to reconstitute an (...)
TEL: +351 21 751 32 00
FAX: +351 21 757 18 58
MonumentsConvento de Nossa Senhora da PurificaçãoFounded in the mid-16th century, this convent's estate was regularly enriched through the dowries that it received from its novices, originating from the region's noble families and coming here to take up religious orders. In 1706, due to years of (...)
MonumentsIgreja de Santa CruzChurch from the 16th c. in mannerist style.