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MonumentsTorre do Relógio - CaminhaClock Tower Crenellated tower belonging to the medieval city walls, classified as a national monument. The tower bestrides one of the old city gates, in the form of a double arch.
MonumentsTorre do Relógio - TentúgalClock Tower Dates from the fifteenth century. Built on a square plan with a Gothic style door and battlements, classified as a building of public interest.
MonumentsTorre do Relógio VelhoClassified as a National Monument, the Torre do Relógio is a quadrangular stone building, crowned by chamfered battlements and surmounted by a conical spire with 16th-century decoration.
MonumentsTorre do Relógio - VidigueiraClock Tower Contains a bell dating from 1520, installed on the orders of Vasco da Gama, the Portuguese navigator who discovered the maritime route to India and the first Count of Vidigueira.
MonumentsTorre dos Alcoforados
Telephone: +351 255 810 706
Fax: +351 255 810 709
MonumentsTorre dos ClérigosGenuine baroque work by Nicolau Nasoni, an ex-libris monument of the city of Porto.The Church of Clérigos (Ecclesiastics) is a genuine baroque masterpiece dating from the mid-18th century. It was designed by Nicolau Nasoni, an architect of Italian (...)
Telephone: +351 222 001 729
MonumentsTorre dos FerreirosThe Torre dos Ferreiros, classified as a national monument, reflects advances in medieval defensive techniques, with a portcullis and curved entrance passage.
MonumentsTorres de São Paulo e da CadeiaTorre de Sao Paulo and Torre da Cadeia Part of the medieval city walls, today the seminary bell tower.
MonumentsUniversidade de CoimbraA centre of learning, par excellence, the University of Coimbra was founded in 1290 and is one of the oldest in Europe, and was classified World heritage site by UNESCO; this classification includes also the Uptown and Sofia Street.Founded in 1290 (...)
Telephone: +351 239 859 800
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MonumentsVigia do FachoA watch tower which was part of the system for defending the entrance to the Tagus estuary.The tower is in a poor state of repair, but maintains its original structure and is classified as a building of public interest.