Capela de Nossa Senhora da Alegria
Manueline chapel dated from the XVI century, of which remains the ogival arch of the transept. In 1554 the principal chapel was covered with Azulejo Sevilhano (glazed tile) and the body of the church, as well as the portal were repaired. In the XII century the retable and the pulpit were built. Later, in the XVIII century the collateral retables and the wood ceiling were placed.
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Monuments near Capela de Nossa Senhora da Alegria
Edifício de Francisco Rebelo dos Santos
Art Nouveau décor building, probably built in 1911, second attests to the date inscribed on the façade tiles, signed by Alfredo Pinto da Fonte Nova. Emphasis o…
Edifício do Hotel das Américas
This is one of the most emblematic buildings of the city, a fine specimen of the New Art. He currently works for a hotel.
Estátua do Doutor Lourenço Peixinho
This statue is a tribute of Aveiro to Doctor Lourenço Peixinho, a city autarchist during the 20ies, who contributed to the development of the city. It’s locate…
Fachada da Estação de Aveiro
Building covered with tile panels Source factory New (1916), which reproduce info on the main monuments of the region and the country. Have an exceptionally lo…
Igreja do Senhor das Barrocas
Built in 1722, the crucifix was put inside the chapel in 1732. In the XVIII the panels and lateral altars were covered in golden woodcarving and the small bell…