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Cruzamento com Rua de Quiraz
4475, São Pedro de Avioso
Ancient, millenary roman road that used to connect Lisbon to Braga.
Rua da Igreja
4475, Silva Escura
An imposing baroque church that presents a curious contrast: the decorative sobriety of the outside in opposition with the inside opulence. The golden woodcarving work, the painted ceiling, the covering of the walls at the main chapel with revivalist glassed tiles, the baroque organ, the statuary and the sacristy with a stone “fountain” are some of the main features.
Rua Fundo de Vila
These are two farmsteads belonging to the Fundevila nucleus that were recovered along with the alley that was paved in a traditional way and is illuminated with ancient lamps.
Rua da Professora Dona Laurinda Dias da Silva
A small chapel located on the Our Lady of Hora hill, with popular statues.
Rua Conselheiro Luís de Magalhães
The Quinta do Mosteiro (Monastery Farm) was founded in 1060 by the religious order of the Agostinhos da Santa Cruz. Abandoned for years, it was only in the 17th century that its reconstruction began, ordered by the prior Brandão, and came to a conclusion in 1622. By the end if the 19th century, The Quinta do Mosteiro reached all its splendour, when it was the property of Luís de Magalhães which was the friend of many writers such as Oliveira Martins and Eça de Queirós. Nowadays, the Farm maintains its imponence, being the property of the Sottomayor and the Vanzeller …
Rua do Doutor Farinhote
An uninhabited house with a façade in stone and tiles.
Rua Ponte de Alvura
These mills belong to an area where we can also find bridges and dams along the banks of the river Leça.
Praceta Professor Doutor Marcelo Caetano
A bronze bust over a marble stone and sculpture over a small lake.
Praça do Município
A bronze statue in honour of Doutor José Vieira de Carvalho.