Covilhã's Old Jewish Quarter (Judiaria)
The narrow, winding streets follow the slope of the hill, blending into the terrain and the city walls.
The houses follow the medieval pattern, with 2 or 3 floors, the ground floor being used as a shop and the upper ones as living quarters.
The most important decorative features are two Manueline windows, one at Rua das Flores 29 and the other at Rua do Ginásio Clube 39.
Archaelogical data shows that the Synagogue, the centre of knowledge in Jewish communities, was in the Rua das Flores.