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Monuments in Alandroal
Church of Manueline, Baroque and Rococo architecture, with a single nave, a chancel with access to the sacristy, a chorus and a pulpit. Inside, especially Mannerist painting panels.
Megalithic grave in some monumentality, although showing traces of destruction in the burial chamber. Is inserted in the Herdade de Santa Luzia.
Rua Diogo Lopes Sequeira
With an important medieval castle donjon. This fortification worth mentioning the door flanked by towers and a horseshoe arch, marble in the region. In the tower and chain on the door Cool there are remains of Moorish architecture and Gothic commemorative tombstones of the work. Situated on a site overlooking the town, this may be seen a beautiful landscape of the region.
Largo do Castelo
Located on top of a hill, this castle was the defense line of the Guadiana. Consists of a walled enclosure, with cubelos, keep and two doors, one of which is flanked by towers. The documentary version assigns this work factory to d. João I, who joined the village in the Patronage of the order of Aviz. Was very damaged with the Castilian wars and with the earthquake of 1755.
The castle of Moorish origin and later reformed by Dinis, only traces remain of the fence. Built during the wars of the restoration, the works made down the bastions defensive lines to the vicinity of the Guadiana river, natural border line. The existing buildings are evidence of the old town and the Home of the Senate, in ruins.
Necropolis with a set of seven graves dug into the rock, located near the village of Rosario.
Rua de Estremoz
Small fountain built in marble, with two steps, a cubic tank and one spout.
Praça da República
Baroque fountain of rectangular plant with frontispiece of pilasters crowned by fogaréus. It is located in a central point of the village, on Praça da República. Has an 18th-century coat of arms flanked by two sculptures. The source has six bicas, represented by heads and lions, styling by Spout of Sorceresses, Santo António, Boyfriends, Reis, São Pedro and São João.