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Rua com lojas tradicionais, algumas centenárias, que se estende desde perto do Castelo de Chaves até ao Largo do Arrabalde, já nas proximidades da famosa Ponte Romana.
Torre de Menagem do Castelo de Chaves - Praça de Camões, 14
This museum, located in the Castle of Chaves, exhibits several military artefacts, such as weapons, uniforms and military plans. It is possible to climb to the top of the castle where one will enjoy magnificent views of the city.
Rua de São Bento, 70
4480-781, Vila do Conde
Located in a typical city manor of the 18th century, it aims to promote the study of this time honoured art for the new millenium. It includes lovely Bilros Embroideries. In the museum one may view the women who make the embroideries at work.
Rua do Socorro
4480-792, Vila do Conde
Chapel founded in 1603, has a square plan, covered by a huge dome and cornice surmounted by lily flowers. Highlights the grave emblazoned Loh pilot and his wife, the tiles at the beginning of the 18th century and the gilded main altar, Joanna.
Rua Conceição Abreu
2480-326, Porto de Mós
Igreja da Misericórdia, 18TH-century, with 18th-century style.
Rua Luís José Frade, 1
7460-034, Cabeço de Vide
Urban Solar with great importance in civil architecture. Features neoclassical furnishings and tiles dating from the late 18th century.
Praça da República
Building probably built in the 16th century.
Rua Francisco Metrass
Built in the middle of the XX century, by Vasco Regaleira. The Almada Negreiros glass Windows are worthy of note.
Rua de São Vicente
Built in the XVII century, this church guards the most ancient Christian monument in Braga: a stone at the sacristy claimed to be from the VII century, originally from a Visigothic Temple.
Estrada de São Pedro (EM 587)
4715-260, Bom Jesus
Long staircase dating from 1723-1837 which serves as Calvary to the church dedicated to Santa Cruz. Along the ascent, passing by some stations of Golgotha that lead to spiritual Church completed in 1811 by Cruz Amarante.