Capela de São Miguel - Coimbra
Inside, the walls of the upper choir and pulpit are covered in 18th-century azulejo panels, made in Coimbra but denoting a Dutch influence. In the nave, the tile covering consists of 17th-century azulejos made in a Lisbon workshop. The Mannerist altarpiece in the chancel, designed by Bernardo Coelho in 1605 and produced by Simão da Mota, includes paintings by Simão and Domingos Veríssimo Serrão. Visitors should also take note of the baroque organ from 1733, decorated with "chinoiseries", patterns denoting an oriental influence.