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Monuments in Mértola
Largo Dom José do Patrocínio, 2
7750-102, Corte Pinto
In this church the highlight goes to the drawing and grandeur of the main portal.
7750-213, Espírito Santo
Temple with diverse influences on style and architecture as the Gothic, Manueline, Mannerist and Baroque. In the Baroque, for example, are the main altarpiece and the painting of the chancel, as well as the pulpit.
Rua Tomás António Revez
7750-413, Santana de Cambas
Church with three naves, which presents, inside, gilded and polychrome altarpieces. The main altarpiece has mural and Dome decorated by 19th century murals.
São Bartolomeu de Via Glória
7750-810, São Sebastião dos Carros
Temple with nave and rectangular plant. Inside, the chancel is separated by round arch and cover and wooden lining. Here, the decor is Mudejar.
São Miguel do Pinheiro
7750-628, São Miguel do Pinheiro
Church which features various styles from the Mannerist, Baroque and Rococo. The altarpiece of the high altar, murals of the dressing room and the bell tower are from the Baroque period.
São Pedro de Solis
7750-715, São Pedro de Solis
Church which features Baroque and Manueline architecture. The structure of the Church brings out the Manueline. Inside, the altarpiece and the pulpit shows the popular interpretation.
São Sebastião dos Carros
7750-811, São Sebastião dos Carros
Church of religious, Baroque and Rococo architecture. The temple shows up as an example of late Baroque regional trait, very close to the Rococo. Inside, stands out the gilded and polychrome.
Igreja de Nossa Senhora de Entre Ambas-as-Águas / Igreja de Nossa Senhora da Assunção / Igreja Paroquial de Mértola
Largo da Igreja
This former mosque it was adapted to a Christian church on the 13th century with a manueline – mudejar façade where it stands out the crenels and the spires. It is the only one that stills conserves the volumetric and some decorative elements from the Arab temple that preceded it, namely the disposition in plan “T”, the “mihrab” presence, the “nimbar” compartment on the “quibla” wall (the mosque wall) turned to Meca, the still existing 5 naves from the former mosque, the statuary, doors and remains from the mirabe.
7750-308, Corte Gafo de Cima
Temple with rectangular nave. Features late-Baroque elements such as volutes on the pediment. The interior features elaborate sink of holy water. Highlights also include the cobblestone pavement of the churchyard.
Rua 5 de Outubro - Largo da Misericórdia
Manueline, Mannerist and Baroque Temple. Stands out the Mannerist portal adorned with filacteras and Windings. In this space is installed the Museum of sacred art. Taking advantage of the body of the Church, the sacristy and two annexes of the late 19th century. XX, boasts an important collection of imaginary and a liturgical set of 15th-18TH CENTURY, from different churches in the municipality of Mértola. Although transformed into museum space remains linked to the cult.