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  1. Monuments
    Torre do Relógio
    Tower of RelógioErected within the former municipal jail, the top of the tower has a curious wrought iron decoration to support the bell, that was added in the 19th century.

  2. Monuments
    Torre do Relógio - Caminha
    Clock TowerCrenellated 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.

  3. Monuments
    Torre do Relógio - Tentúgal
    Clock TowerDates from the fifteenth century. Built on a square plan with a Gothic style door and battlements, classified as a building of public interest.

  4. Monuments
    Torre do Relógio Velho
    Classified 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.

  5. Monuments
    Torre do Relógio - Vidigueira
    Clock TowerContains 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.

  6. Torre dos Alcoforados
    Monuments
    Torre dos Alcoforados


    Telephone: +351 255 810 706
    Fax: +351 255 810 709
    E-mail: rotadoromanico@valsousa.pt
    Website: http://www.rotadoromanico.com

  7. Torre dos Clérigos
Place: Porto
Photo: João Paulo
    Monuments
    Torre dos Clérigos
    Genuine 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: +351 220 145 489
    E-mail: info@torredosclerigos.pt
    Website: http://www.torredosclerigos.pt

  8. Monuments
    Torre dos Ferreiros
    The Torre dos Ferreiros, classified as a national monument, reflects advances in medieval defensive techniques, with a portcullis and curved entrance passage.

  9. Torre da Porta Nova
Place: Barcelos
Photo: Câmara Municipal de Barcelos
    Monuments
    Torre Medieval - Barcelos
    Between 1401 and 1461, D. Afonso, the eighth Count of Barcelos and the first Duke of Bragança, ordered walls to be built around Barcelos, with three towers marking the entrances to the city. The Porta do Cimo da Vila was the only gate that was to (...)

    Telephone: +351 253 824 261
    E-mail: torremedieval@cm-barcelos.pt

  10. Monuments
    Torres de São Paulo e da Cadeia
    Torre de Sao Paulo and Torre da CadeiaPart of the medieval city walls, today the seminary bell tower.

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