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It is placed above Zêzere River and it was built during Felipe’s period between 1607 and 1610. It replaced a former Roman bridge which, meanwhile was flooded by Bouçã lagoon. It has three arches with 62 metres high. The road that crosses this bridge linked Beira Baixa and Beira Litoral until the construction of Cabril´s dam.
Chapel with portals without columns and imposed the cantilevers design, where prominent figures of characters hands up or bust. The arcosolium tomb with the date of 1391 and chancel with gilded altarpiece.
Source with the name of the town, located next to some old machines for the manufacture of motorcycles. The meaning focuses solely on the job.
This Palace name comes from the fact that it used to belong to Luís Gomes Mata, High- Courier during Felipe II Kingdom. It was built on the 18th century and it probably has outlined by the Italian António Canevari, one of the architects from Mafra Convent. It is preceded by a blazoned door giving access to the yard. On the inside it stands out the glazed tiles and the stucco ceilings with José da Costa Negreiros paintings. To point out, on the gardens, the waterfalls and the glazed tiles with mythological scenes.
Set of Dolmens situated in the extreme south of the municipality of Coruche. Are dated from the Neolithic and Chalcolithic.
This nucleus is integrated in the former defensive system in Minho’s border. It used to be a war square.
Solar declared Property of public interest.
2560, Torres Vedras
Gothic aqueduct with a length of two kilometers. Is formed by two orders of arches, running water in underground and surface channels. Aimed to supply the village.
Bridge over the Tâmega River. Presents contemporary architecture. Arch Bridge Board, plan based on four arches back perfect.