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Chapel with wooden ceiling and single space with Mannerist altarpiece, carved polychrome paintings 17th century panelled on board.
Avenida Barão da Ribeira de Sabrosa
17TH century manor.
5060-528, Souto Maior
The Via Crucis is made up of several cruises, with cruz. Along with the Chapel, with representation of Calvary, form a uniform set 19th century. Inside the chapel presents niche with sculptural and pictorial representation of Calvary.
Small rectangular tank and fountain of one spout.
Largo da Praça
Baroque fountain with rectangular tank. Has two spouts with scowls, colour chart with date and badges of Archbishop.
Rua da Amoreira
5060-405, São Lourenço de Ribapinhão
Sanctuary of pilgrimage, along the hot spring. Consists of Chapel, fountain, Home of miracles, cruise, gazebos and surrounded by wooded parkland. Mannerist Chapel of longitudinal plant composed of nave and chancel, inside with coro-high built-in confessionals, pulpits, two side chapels with Rococo retables and neoclassical main altarpiece. Cruzeiro is 19th century, flat forend column, capital square and Latin cross with sculptural group.
Largo da Igreja
5060-110, Parada de Pinhão
Late-Baroque church with chapel. The ceilings are wooden and have Bell Tower located near the left side façade and the sacristy to the opposite. The interior features chorus-high above columns, baptistery on the side of the Gospel, four confessionals, pulpit on the Gospel, and two altarpieces and the main late-Baroque altarpiece and two side altarpieces. The roof of the chancel is painted with a Worship of neo-Baroque revival Custody.
EN323 - Quinta da Relva
Roman and medieval necropolis consisting of four cores from graves, of different types and chronology. Some structured graves with schist slabs upright, other box-shaped, and still others as anthropomorphic sarcophagi. The excavations at the site have allowed removing any estate consisting of ceramic artifacts, plus a stele of anthropomorphic format, currently exposed in the Museum garden Abbot of Baçal, in Bragança. However, of all the graves discovered only survive two anthropomorphic sarcophaguses, against the elevation of the epistle side of the sanctuary of Santa Marinha.