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Monuments in Coimbra
Avenida Doutor Bissaya Barreto, 205
Rua Olímpio Nicolau Rui Fernandes
Market Hall built in 1867. In 1908 was inaugurated the Fish Pavilion, a work considered an excellent specimen of the aesthetics of the iron. In 2000 was started the construction of a new market, in the same place, but keeping the Fish Pavilion.
Avenida Emídio Navarro, 21
Building built between 1915 and 1919 by an insurance company, who worked until 1925. On this date was leased to businessman Alexandre de Almeida, who completed the construction and adapted to the hospitality industry. In 1926 it was inaugurated the Hotel Astória, which even today is one of the most luxurious hotels in the city.
Rua da Couraça da Estrela, 13
Este edifício é também conhecido, nomeadamente nos arquivos históricos, como Casa Doutor Ângelo da Fonseca. Inicialmente, funcionou como residência unifamiliar, mais tarde como residência do Governador e depois como Governo Civil do Distrito de Coimbra.
Quinta dos Vales
Hospital opened in 1935, suffering several renovations over the next few years.
Rua Sobre Ripas, 35
Consists of two distinct parts: the Casa de Cima or Casa do Arco, and the Casa de Baixo or Casa da Torre. The Palácio de Sub-Ripas has a magnificent Manueline portal dating from the first half of the sixteenth century. The branch also notable for dozens of bas-reliefs bearing exterior walls.
Rua Ferreira Borges, 85
This building was opened in 1910 as the largest trade area of town. In 1949, he settled here a textile company and, in 1978, the space has been sold to a bank. In 1980, the municipality purchase the building, passing the course here several events.
Avenida da Guarda Inglesa, 1-A - Calçada de Santa Isabel
Austere and simple monastic set, showing the Franciscan spirit that was in its foundation. Worthy of notice are the cloister, with classical lines and the refectory with cloister vaults and the decoration with glazed tiles characteristic of this period.