Wide and very simple Chapel, dating from the 17TH century. Seventeenth-century architecture, with simple décor with just a cross and, inside, the altarpiece has paintings, sculpture and Baroque 17th century Mannerist.
Baroque church dating from the 17TH century. Architecture and decoration which denotes the Baroque also by talha and decorative painting, the chancel and the Gospel side. The altarpieces are Rococo and protoneoclássicos. The tiles present seventeenth-century standard.
Church dated from the second half of the 16th century. Religious architecture, regional trait. Parish Church of ship wide and front of 3 sheets, obeying an architectural scheme in the current 18 and 19 centuries; altarpiece in stone from Ançã 1500s side polychrome, maybe a workshop of Coimbra's original follower of João de Rouen; Gothic altarpieces of carved cropped; sculpture at the end of the 19th century. 6:0 pm polychrome wood (Lady of the Rosary); modern sculpture (Nossa Senhora do Pranto\/da Piedade), the end of the 19th century. 19 or 20 principle.
Church built in the late 16th century, but much changed in the reforms of the 20th century. Features, inside, chorus-alto, two lateral altarpieces, the eclectic Gospel side and the opposite late-Baroque. Has the main altarpiece in carved revival.