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Heritage in Portugal
Rua Padre Alírio de Melo
3720-209, Oliveira de Azeméis
Former Manor House surrounded by a garden where you can find fountains, statues and arches in granite.
Parque Infante Dom Pedro - Parque da Cidade
At the Infante Dom Pedro Park – City Park- the bathrooms from the beginning of the XX century are worth a visit.
Revival and neo-Gothic sanctuary with nave, chancel, belfry and vestry located near the chancel from the back side.
Rua de Cantanhede
Marian shrine where stands out the pulpit, dating from the 18th century, the port and the baptistery, dating from the 16th century, and a sculpture, dating from the 14th century.
Rua Padre Manuel de Almeida Oliveira
3730-261, Vale de Cambra
Sanctuary of modernist architecture. Features of the Holy Chapel, sacristy, Sunday school rooms, the residence of parish priest and basement with polyvalent Hall.
EN 502 - Bairros
A manor built in the 18th century and composed of three square towers and a chapel. In the main concourse and garden there are three rococo fountains with several statues and a heradldic gate that is also in the rococo style.
Building of Baroque architecture, religious and Mannerist. The Manor that has existed since 1906 has Chapel incorporated into the facade.
Largo da República, 43-53
3720-240, Oliveira de Azeméis
This house was made in the XVII century and it shows on its stairs the 1686 date, and in the attached chapel there is the 1692 date. The ensemble is composed by the house, chapel and the perpendicular stairs. It was enlarge in the sixties, due to the Justice Palace construction and it and it maintains as a sober solar in which all the elements are conciliated.