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Heritage in Portugal
Rua de São Mamede
A space where one can visit several permanent and temporary exhibitions.
Paralela à Rua de Cabeda
A stone bridge that is still used by trains.
Rua de São Vicente
Ancient stone bridge with two arches, located on the old road which linked the port to Guimarães, over the river Leça. Presents the two unequal arches, a wider central and other minor and designed to drain water during times of greatest influx. Believed to have Roman origins, despite the current structure dating from the late Middle Ages.
Walks in the Tagus, carried out throughout the year, aboard the frigate Bay boat do Seixal. To make an appointment, just contact the Tourism Office of Seixal.
Avenida da República, 2571
Quinta da Fidalga distinguishes itself by its tidal Lake, constituting a natural monument on hydraulic architecture. Its origin dates back to the 15th century, always associated with agricultural and recreational functions. It's rumoured that Paulo da Gama, Vasco da Gama's brother, would have set in the lands of Seixal to witness the construction of ships for the discovery of the sea route to India. Highlight is, to the beautiful garden that lies outside the House.
Avenida Silva Gomes
Along the coast road and the River as a company, it is possible to perform walks enjoying the beautiful landscape that surrounds this whole area, at the same time practicing sports.
Avenida da República
Located in an ancient shipyard, this space divulges the craftswork construction of models of Tejo's boats and the heritahe of the Tejo's estuary, namely the nautical heritage.
Can be seen, only the lower two furnace piriformis plant furnaces, with a small access corridor and three arcades of grid support (however felled). Were found discarded materials during the manufacturing process in two pits located south of ovens. Is classified as a national monument.
Avenida do MUD Juvenil
A building of the 1600s that was later altered. A special not to the tiles on the stairways and in the rooms.
Praça Almeida Garrett
It was built at the beginning of the 20th century on the site where the Convent of São Bento da Ave-Maria used to be. The building's atrium deserves special mention as it is covered with magnificent tile panels by Jorge Colaço.