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Ponte do Mouro
Church of architectural structure in late Mannerism, with the transition to the Baroque.
Monte de Nossa Senhora da Assunção
A 16th century chapel of rectangular plant. Where is built you can admire a beautiful landscape.
This nucleus is integrated in the former defensive system in Minho’s border. It used to be a war square.
Ponte do Mouro
Diving fountain with backrest with the figure of a fish contorted, with snake body. The spout comes out of the head of the figure. Nowadays, the spout is at a level so low that it does not permit its operation.
Largo da Misericórdia
Baroque church of nave and main facade with two arches arch portal. Interior with wooden ceilings, chorus-alto, pulpit in the Gospel and two side chapels with altarpieces in Mannerist and Baroque, gilded, and major neoclassical reredos.
Cruise with forend circular and simple cross. On the sides are the figures of Christ, the Virgin crowned and shrines.
Lugar do Convento
This church is from the extinguished Cistercian Monastery and it has a Romanic structure and some baroque elements, on the 17th century it underwent several transformations. The façade possesses an ogival doorway with multiple arches presenting two prominent abutments. On the central part, above the door there are three niches topped by rectangular windows.
Lamas de Mouro
4960-170, Lamas de Mouro
Church of Romanesque style of the middle ages, and it underwent changes during the modern and contemporary Era. Function was to be the baptistery of the neighbouring villages.