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Monuments in Mora

Igreja Matriz de Pavia / Igreja de São Paulo

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Largo da Igreja
7490, Pavia

Mora

This is a mudejar – manueline construction from the beginning of the 16th century. It is protected by seven small cylindrical towers and it is crowned by crenels from the Muslim type. The façade is from the 18th century standing out on the main façade the triangular pediment, the tower with a square plan and the domed top and the portico with jambs and spars. The inside has three naves with ribbed vault. The altarpiece presents four panels with oil painting from the second half of the 16th century.

Antiga Pousada dos Cavaleiros de Avis

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Largo Manuel José Casimiro
7490-424, Pavia

Mora

16th century monument, was the residence of the Knights of Aviz, which makes this building an authentic testimony of the military order of Aviz, whose history is closely linked with the village. One of the facades has doors and Windows of vergas straight and another has Windows with advanced Cyma, representing the late-Renaissance.

Antigos Paços do Concelho de Pavia

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Largo Manuel José Casimiro, 14
7490-424, Pavia

Mora

16th-century building, where work not only the Town Hall, as well as a female and male prison. Today works as a Parish Council and residential area.

Conjunto de Edifícios da Igreja Matriz de Brotas

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Rua da Igreja
7490-017, Mora

Mora

This set of buildings, similar to a neighborhood, gave support to pilgrimages of the pilgrims of the brotherhoods of Nossa Senhora das Neves. All the houses have two floors and some have access to staircase railings. You can see a fountain, with a spout and a rectangular sink, and the sanctuary of Nossa Senhora das Brotas.

Cromeleque do Monte das Fontainhas Velhas

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EN 251
7490, Mora

Mora

Space where you can see the remains of six 200 granite megaliths dating from the beginning of the fourth and the mid-third millennium BC only three are erected.

Torre das Águias

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Outeiro do Peso
7490, Mora

Mora

This fortified rural solar has a square plan, finished with cutted merlons and was constructed under the Kingdom of D. Manuel. The main façade is displayed in three levels, the first is marked by the portico bay and the rest of the levels are marked by two rectangular windows. On the inside, the ground floor is a vast salon, covered with a vault divided in three branches with ribbed arches; the first floor has the Noble Room covered with a vault with ribbed arches and adjacent divisions. The others floors are covered with domes.

Anta de Pavia / Capela de São Dinis

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Rua São Diniz
7490, Mora

Mora

Funerary monument of granite and brick, used as a chapel. In the main altar frontal can be seen 18th century tiles and Baroque. Is one of the largest in the Iberian Peninsula.

Capela de Santo António

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Rua de Santo António
7490-434, Pavia

Mora

17th century Church, located in an isolated spot and in a field consisting of nave, chancel linked to small sacristy. Used to be a place of pilgrimage in the 17th and 18th centuries. In the 19th century was profoundly changed. Currently open to the sporadic cult and baptized.

Ermida de Santo António

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Rua de Cabeção
7490, Mora

Mora

Founding Church in 1656, with leave from the Chancery of the order of Avis. Their composition are part the nave, chancel, vestry and Bell. Despite its façade of simple lines, where stands out the niche above the door, the interior is of great architectural richness.

Ermida de São Sebastião

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Outeiro do Peso
7490, Mora

Mora

A 16th century chapel, consisting of nave, chancel and vestry and Bell and is the only building that remains of the Village of Eagles. Its construction follows the typology of hermitages and chapels centered in the region and the Muslim tubs, which were subsequently adding porches or nárteces. We highlight the main altarpiece in the interior, with modern traits of the late 18th century.

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