This church has one only Nave covered with tiles from the XVIII century, which show scenes from the Holy Mother life. There are three lateral arches ornate with golden carves that embrace carved altarpieces and altars from the XVIII century.
Monument about 5 meters in height consisting of a column based on ornate base which boasts a figurative statue of your capital. This would be the place from where they began to erect the towers, complex Lines of fortifications built between 1810 and 1812 to defend the armies of Napoleon.
Traces scattered over an area quite extensive documenting a set of defensive walls built by Portuguese and British troops during the Napoleonic invasions. Alongside the historic weight, is its location, in high areas, that they become attractive belvederes.
This Manueline pillory has a three steps platform. It possesses a prismatic base from which the twisted shaft comes out divided in the middle by a double frame and decorated with vegan elements. The capital displays four prominent shields.
This Manueline pillory has a prismatic base settled in five steps. The shaft is flat and it is ornate with vegan symbols. The capital it is polygonal and it is finished by a small base in which lays a stone sphere.
Built in 1788, by determination of Queen d. Maria i. was removed from their place of origin and is deposited in a garden in front of the old Municipal market of Alverca. The original monument just leaves the top of the landmark: a square base pyramid and concave sides topped by sphere with Sundial carved. This milestone is part of the other 12 that marked the first road between Lisbon and Santarém.