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Monuments in Alandroal
Rua Diogo Lopes Sequeira
From the original pillory it only survived the base and the shaft. The base is composed by a hexagonal plinth reduced to a simple frame. The shaft presents the inferior part in concave declivity, almost cylindrical.
This pillory is formed by a shaft made of schist with the base in marble and decoration zoomorphic. It has a Corinthian capital topped by an armillary sphere in schist and marble.
Rua de Santo António
Church of Baroque architecture consisting of a nave and a chancel. The temple and the altar were built in the 18th century and the churchyard was built in 1961.
Rua de São Bento
Chapel of pilgrimage of mannerist architecture consists of a porch, a nave, a chancel and a vestry located near. Highlighting the main altarpiece of the Johannine style stonework.
16TH century church built by the people of Alandroal. After being hit by the earthquake of 1755, it was repaired just a few decades later. In the interior, highlighted by the existence of a high choir.
Largo Major Roçadas
Baroque chapel of longitudinal plant covered by a barrel vault in the nave and the chancel. Chapel, probably built in the 15th century and rebuilt after the earthquake of 1755.
Estrada da Boa Nova
Founded by vote of Dona Maria, wife of Alfonso XI of Castile, this Chapel-fortress of Greek cross vaulted fully. At the top of the main façade stands the Bell Tower with a bronze Bell. The building is crowned, all around, for a Coronation of merlons and embrasures clearly defensive type. There are also murals depicting figures of Saints, according to 19th century copies, framed by stucco frames.
Church founded in 1520, where one can find the grave of Diogo Lopes de Sequeira, 4th Governor-General of India, great discoverer and browser of the seas of Africa and the East and still alcaide-mor from the village of Alandroal.
Rua Alexandre Herculano
Baroque church of josefina. Note-If the gilded altarpiece of the main Chapel and the Baroque-style tile panels-Rococo, representing the last supper and the washing of the feet, by Policarpo de Oliveira Bernardes. Suffered a deep remodelling in the reign of King John V.
7250, Capelins (Santo António)
Baroque and Rococo architecture Church consists of a chancel that gives access to the sacristy and a single ship. The side chapels have baroque features 18th century and the chancel altar corresponds to imagined Rococo. Inside, the altar and the paintings in the chancel.