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Monuments in Nisa
Rua Alexandre Herculano
Its construction has probable pointing to the year 1618. It consists of nave with wooden roof, chancel with coffered Dome, sacristy and dependencies. The main altarpiece has Mannerist characteristics. Highlights for the murals of the interior simulating 18th century altarpieces.
Rua do Arrabaldo
Church with probable date from the 13th century, consisting of three ships and five spans, chancel and vestry. The main door and sides must also Gothic influence. The interior is markedly 1500s, the side altars Baroque and Mannerist Epistle. Banks are 17th century.
Praça do Município
Monument of religious type consisting of nave, chancel, vestry and a former hospital. The highlight inside goes to the vault, the transept, some decorative details of stonework and the Bell of the main façade. Pay attention in the spans of the late 18th century, the chancel ceiling painted with vegetal elements, the shield of Crown Center and the Chair of Examiners.
Praça Dom Nuno Álvares Pereira
6050-136, Amieira do Tejo
Castle built by d. Álvaro Gonçalves Pereira in 1350, having been the target of several modifications in the following centuries. This castle was a vast line of forts and watchtowers that protected the much attacked banks of Tagus River. Its architectural conception indicates a function-oriented protection and refuge of the people. This contradicted granite Castle is an important symbol of Portuguese military architecture of the time. Deployed in a privileged location, on the banks of the Tagus River, has a nice panoramic view. Has the shape of a quadrangle and is flanked by four towers. The Chapel, located outside the …
Rua da Carreira, 1
Building built in 1511, consisting of nave, chancel, belfry of four eyelets, consistory and sacristy. Inside the Mannerist painted altarpieces and gold. The image you see in the central niche of St. John the Baptist.
Largo Doutor António Granja, 6
This is a medieval door with a round arch supported by two prominent towers with several Coats Of Arms. It is still possible to see the lock holes. One of the towers is attached to the watch tower and the access to any of these towers is done by stone stairs.
Amieira do Tejo
6050, Amieira do Tejo
This bridge is also known as Roman Bridge of Albarrol or Vila Flor and it is made out by three arches with breakwaters and in which the central arch is the taller with 10 metres high. Above, it is where the platform is settled.
Rua do Adro
16TH century Church consists of nave, chancel and Bell Tower, whose execution date of 1550. Brings together various styles due to the successive amendments which aesthetic was the target in the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries. It features headstones inscribed with historical references. The mortuary chapel for adaptation that is currently used dates from the 20th century.
Rua de Nossa Senhora da Sanguinheira
Religious monument composed of nave, chancel and small sacristy. The facade is of simple lines, preceded by staircase and topped by small cross of Christ. The interior is enriched with 16th-century tiles, a major Baroque altarpiece, with Solomonic columns, vegetal elements, conchedos, vases and cherubs that deserve to be seen.