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Monuments in Golegã

Capela de São José

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Rua de São José
2150-027, Golegã

Golegã

Temple sent build by Gaspar Serrão to function as Chapel of the Manor. The relationship and the good connection between the 17th-century tiles and architectural elements. Emphasise the pulpit, the triumphal arch and the ceiling paintings.

Quinta da Cardiga

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Quinta da Cardiga
2150-265, Golegã

Golegã

Next to the Tajo River there is this impressive estate that used to belong to the Templar Knights from Christ Order. This space has kept some elements from the fifteen hundreds such as the Manueline doorway and the glazed tiles from the 16th and 17th centuries. The estate is composed by several buildings: the tower, a chapel, a wine store, a barn, a cloister and a Palace.

Casa na Rua João de Deus

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Rua João de Deus, 112
2150-196, Golegã

Golegã

It is not known the date of construction of this building, however, it is known that originally functioned as residence. Currently, it houses the information desk of the Institute of employment and vocational training and the Secretariat of the Santa Casa da Misericórdia of Golegã.

Cine-Teatro da Golegã / Cine-Teatro Gil Vicente

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Rua Gil Vicente
2150-193, Golegã

Golegã

Movie theater of rectangular plant, presenting features of civil architecture and modernist cultural. It was opened in 1956, closed in 1984 and, after almost twenty years of works, was reopened in 2000.

Igreja de Nossa Senhora da Conceição

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Largo da Imaculada Conceição
2150-125, Golegã

Golegã

16th century temple of three naves, separated by ogival diaphragm arches, where stands out, in the main façade, a magnificent Manueline portal with a cairelado arch flanked by columns torsas. The interior, Manueline, also is enriched with some modern elements, like the Renaissance pulpit and 18th century tiles in the chancel.

Casa-Estúdio de Carlos Relvas

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Largo Dom Manuel I
2150-128, Golegã

Golegã

House built between 1871 and 1875, with the goal of hosting a lab and Photography Studio. Designed by the architect Henry Carlos Afonso, this House is a good example of Romanesque architecture. In the lobby, highlighted by carved ceilings and for four photos of Carlos Relvas.

Edifício do Lar Rodrigo da Cunha Franco

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Rua João de Deus, 112
2150-196, Golegã

Golegã

The date of construction of this building is not known, knowing, however, that originally functioned as residence. Currently, it houses a home for the elderly, the Santa Casa da Misericórdia.

Casa Vaz

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Rua José Relvas
2150-200, Golegã

Golegã

Burgher House dating from 1865 and consists of two floors, with the main facade with moldurados spans with semicircular arched and pointed to witches and Tuscan pilasters. On the ground floor, especially the set of standard 18th-century tiles. The family Vaz Monteiro, who it belonged to, donated the House to the Santa Casa da Misericórdia, in 1970.

Edifício do Tribunal da Golegã

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Largo Dom Manuel I
2150-193, Golegã

Golegã

20TH century building, designed by the architects Armando Fernandes Amorim and Vasco Lacerda Marques. Formerly, this Court works on the premises of the Town Hall, but after a fire, moved to this building.

Pelourinho da Golegã

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Largo da Imaculada Conceição
2150, Golegã

Golegã

This pillory is composed by a three steps platform and a base with several rings. It presents a flat shaft topped by a capital crowned by an ornament with a bell shape.

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