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  1. Mosteiro dos Jerónimos
Place: Lisboa
Photo: António Sacchetti
    Monuments
    Mosteiro dos Jerónimos
    On the banks of the Tagus is an apogee of Manueline architecture.In the spot where the Jerónimos Monastery stands today, next to the old Belém beach, was originally a small hermitage dedicated to Santa Maria that had been built by the Infante D. (...)

    Telephone: +351 213 620 034
    E-mail: geral@mjeronimos.dgpc.pt
    Website: http://www.mosteirojeronimos.gov.pt

  2. Convento de Cristo e Castelo Templário
    Monuments
    Convento de Cristo e Castelo Templário
    The Convent of Christ In 1983, UNESCO awarded the classification of world heritage to the Templar Castle and the Convent of the Knights of Christ in Tomar, a unique monument in the history of the western world. Built on a site that was originally (...)

    Telephone: +351 249 313 481
    Fax: +351 249 322 730
    Website: http://www.conventocristo.pt

  3. Sé de Braga
Place: Braga
Photo: Direção Regional Cultura Norte
    Monuments
    Sé de Braga
    The first cathedral, older than Portugal.The Cathedral of Braga was the first Portuguese cathedral, erected several decades before the founding of the country. It began to be built at the end of the 11th century, and was concecrated and dedicated to (...)

    Telephone: +351 253 263 317
    Fax: +351 273 263 731
    E-mail: info@se-braga.pt; geral@culturanorte.pt
    Website: http://www.se-braga.pt/catedral.php

  4. Santuário do Sagrado Coração de Jesus de Santa Luzia
Photo: Porto Convention & Visitors Bureau
    Monuments
    Basílica de Santa Luzia
    Building work on this basilica dedicated to Santa Luzia and the Sacred Heart of Jesus started in 1904, and lasted until 1959. It is the work of architect Miguel Ventura Terra, who was succeeded by Miguel Nogueira, after the death of his master in (...)

    Telephone: +351 258 107 836 / 961 660 300
    E-mail: confrariasantaluzia@gmail.com

  5. Mosteiro de Santa Clara-a-Velha
Place: Coimbra
Photo: Mosteiro de Santa Clara-a-velha
    Monuments
    Mosteiro de Santa Clara-a-Velha
    The Mosteiro de Santa Clara was built in 1314 at the orders of the Queen Saint Isabel of Aragon, replacing a small convent of nuns of the Order of St. Clare, founded in 1286. The building was completed in 1330, having been designed by the architect (...)

    Telephone: +351 239 801 160
    Fax: +351 239 801 169
    E-mail: mosteiro.scvelha@drcc.pt
    Website: http://santaclaraavelha.drcc.pt
    http://www.facebook.com/mosteiro.santaclara.a.velha

  6. Mosteiro de Santa Cruz
    Monuments
    Mosteiro de Santa Cruz
    Founded outside the walls in 1131 by the Observing Canons of St. Augustine, the Mosteiro de Santa Cruz is one of the oldest and most important monuments in Coimbra. Dom Afonso Henriques, the first king of Portugal, came here to attend the religious (...)

    Telephone: +351 239 822 941
    Fax: +351 239 822 941
    E-mail: igrejasantacruz@gmail.com
    Website: https://igrejascruz.webnode.pt/
    https://www.grupogala.com.pt/mosteiro-santa-cruz/

  7. Igreja da Misericórdia de Viana do Castelo
Place: Viana do Castelo
Photo: Câmara Municipal de Viana do Castelo
    Monuments
    Igreja da Misericórdia de Viana do Castelo
    The Misericórdia (Mercy) building and the church date from the 16th century. Created in 1520, the Misericórdia brotherhood developed to the extent that they decided to build the so-called “Casa das Varandas”, in the second quarter of the 16th (...)

    Telephone: +351 258 822 350
    Fax: +351 258 820 290
    E-mail: geral@scmviana.pt
    Website: http://www.scmviana.pt/contactos.html

  8. Igreja de São João Baptista, Matriz de Tomar
Photo: João Paulo
    Monuments
    Igreja de São João Baptista, Matriz de Tomar
    Situated in the centre of Tomar, the Igreja de São João Baptista was originally built in the 15th century, but was later reconstructed in the 16th century. In 1520, the king Dom Manuel raised its status to that of a collegiate church, thus making it (...)

  9. Igreja de São Francisco - Évora
Photo: M'Ar de AR Hotels
    Monuments
    Igreja de São Francisco / Capela dos Ossos - Évora
    Church of São Francisco - ÉvoraOne of the striking features of the façade is a church porch with arches of different styles - a typical example of the "marriage" between Gothic and Moorish style found in so many monuments of this region in Portugal. (...)

    Telephone: +351 266 70 45 21
    Fax: +351 266 70 57 01

  10. Igreja da Graça - Évora
Photo: M'Ar de AR Hotels
    Monuments
    Igreja da Graça - Évora
    Church of Graça - ÉvoraThe Church of Graça was built in the 16th century, during the reign of D. João III, in accordance with architectural designs by Miguel de Arruda.A unique monument, of Palladian influence, it highlights a robust character in (...)

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