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Monuments in Lourinhã
Largo António Granjo
This Covent church used to belong to the Franciscan Convent founded in 1598. The interior has one nave covered by a barrel vault and ornate by glazed tiles in stones from the 18th century. It is worthy to mention one painting from the 16th century, the carved altarpiece from the 18th century, a parietal marble tombstone from 1601 and the worked pulpit.
Largo Santa Cruz
Temple of nave, with 17th century architecture and building. The nave is decorated by default tile Ashlar and chorus-high is wood, with stone columns and sinks of holy water incorporated in mergers.
Largo da Igreja - EN 361
2530, Moita dos Ferreiros
17th century 18th century neoclassical Temple, and with ship only the chancel and nave is decorated by default tile Ashlar and chorus-high wooden is supported by stone columns, with holy water sinks in mergers.
Toxofal de Cima
2530, Toxofal de Cima
Solar from the 17th and 18th centuries, civil residential architecture, Baroque and Mannerist.
Largo Nossa Senhora da Graça
Church 19th century and housed, with nave, chancel and parish hall. The choir-alto is in concrete.
Alameda Nossa Senhora dos Anjos
A 16th century chapel, and seventeenth-century Rococo with nave and chancel. The chapel was remodelled in the late XVIIII. The Rococo denotes the use of gilt, with false marmoredos, floral motifs and mirrors.
2530-245, Lugar do Paimogo
Small strong bastions of regular plant considered an important example of military architecture of the 17th century. Built after the restoration, to the present day without architectural modifications. It was part of the fortified line that goes from Peniche to Cascais and barra do Tejo.
Rua da Capela
2530, Casal da Misericórdia
Temple with nave and chancel with 16th and 17th century, Rococo style. Highlighting the ship decorated by 18th-century tile Ashlar and 17th-century pattern.
Rua Doutor Adriano Franco
This temple has a gothic construction in which the decorative program overcomes the church structure. On the main façade it opens up a doorway topped by a rose window. The inside has three naves; it presents eight arches supported by columns with capitals ornate with fitomorphic motifs. It is worthy to mention the holly water font in Gothic style.
Largo de Santo Amaro
2530, Toxofal de Cima
Renaissance, Mannerist and Baroque church with a pulpit and side altar and baptismal font.