Convento dos Capuchos
A convent founded by Dom Lourenço Pires de Távora in 1558. It has a front part with interesting shapes and three arches. The choir window is topped by a niche with a clay sculpture. It has interesting tile panels. It has one sole nave with blue, green and yellow tiles of the 17th century.
- Convents & Monasteries
- Visitable (with a guide), Bar/snack-bar, Shop
- thursday: 10:00-18:00
- wednesday: 10:00-18:00
- friday: 10:00-18:00
- saturday: 10:00-18:00
Monuments near Convento dos Capuchos
Capela do Cristo Rei
Built as a result of a promess made by the Bishops of Portugal to the Sacred Heart of Jesus, in the hope of keeping the country away from the horrors of the se…
Casa da Cerca
Located on the top of a cliff, the Palace of Cerca has priviliged views of the Tejo river. It is part of a set named "Cerca Farm", the most characteristic exam…
Escultura de Homenagem aos Pescadores
Composed of four figures, the menument stands on a triangular base and is a remarkable bronze artwork, by Jorge Pé Curto.
Estátua de Fernando Mendes Pinto
A bronze statue that pictures Fernão Mendes Pinto, the author of the classic literary work Peregrinação.