Capela de São Sebastião
Built in the beginning of the XVIII, the white and blue glazed tiles, which decorate the inside, tell the story of S. Sebastião’s life. It is a baroque construction with the bell-tower in the back, typical of Braga’s tradition.
Rua do Conselheiro Jerónimo Pimentel
- Difficult external parking
- Churches, Chapels & Temples
Monuments near Capela de São Sebastião
Capela de Nossa Senhora da Torre
The chapel was built between 1756 and 1759. There’s an oratory, at the base of the Santiago Tower, dedicated to Nossa Senhora da Ponte, for saving the city at …
Casa da Rua dos Pelames
XVIII century house where the use of freestones at the cornices, the eaves and the windows stands out. The small balconies are protected by forged iron defence.
Edifícios na Rua de Santo António das Travessas
On of the buildings is a medieval construction with Manueline frames at the windows and doors. The other is a small two floors’ house, with a smooth stone fro…
Igreja de São Paulo
Church sent erect in 1589 by the society of Jesus under the purview of the Archbishop Dom Frei Bartholomew of the martyrs and of the cardinal-King of Portugal.…
Igreja Paroquial da Cividade / Igreja de Santiago
Church with Mannerist, Baroque and neoclassical features, dating from the 17TH century. Consists of a single nave, with a side chapel and a chancel in axis. In…