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Praça da República, 11
Building constructed between 1889 and 1892, the Town Hall of Montemor-o-Velho.
Rua da Feira
19th century Church of longitudinal plant, consisting of a nave, a chancel lower and narrow, a Bell Tower, a sacristy, attachments and a chapel located near the front. In the interior, especially the neo-Baroque altarpiece of the lateral Chapel.
Largo da Igreja
It is believed that the primitive construction of the Church of Saint Lawrence dates back to the 13th century, even though there are no remains of those days left. With one sole nave, dating back to the 17th century, the church has tiles that picture the life of Saint Lawrence (the church's patron saint), of 1749. Among its several chapels (Saint Sebastian, Saint John the Baptist, Our Lady of Rosary and Our Lady of the Angels) that of Saint Sebastian is classed as a Public Interest Construction.
Largo da Amoreira
Building constructed in the 17th century, being adapted in the twentieth century the day care center.
Rua Jean Lurçat, 42, Caramulo
The museum features an art collection thatAbel de Lacerda started in 1953, with works by famed modeern artists such as Vieira da Silva, Jean Lurçat, Salvador Dali and Pablo Picasso. Its famed automobile collection includes vehicles that took part in over 100 events (races, rallies and compettions), mostly abroad, during the last 25 years.
Praça Gil Pinheiro (EN 345-4)
Typically building beirão, rectangular plant and two floors, where stands out, in the main façade, a counter and at the entrance, a shield and two armilares. It was built in the 16th century, later (between 1870 and 1960) as primary school. In the late 20th century was adapted to Museum and Gallery exhibitions.
Largo José Lopes dos Santos
2350-686, Torres Novas
Theater opened in 1956 and consists of a room with about 700 seats distributed by audience and two balconies. The facade is supported by pillars, creating on the ground floor a narthex with a mezzanine.