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Heritage in Portugal
Praça Pádua Correia
3640-110, Fonte Arcada
Pillory on a throne of seven steps. Your forend is flat monolithic oitavada section and high height.
Largo Nossa Senhora da Alumieira
Church with main façade filled with blue tiles with 2 panels with santos.
Casal do Álvaro
Mannerist Chapel of longitudinal plant consisting of a nave, a chancel lower and narrow, adossadas, a Bell Tower, a sacristy and an attachment. Featured in the main façade, to three tile panels depicting our Lady, Nossa Senhora da Conceição and Santo António.
Rua Doutor Roberto Alves, 52
4520-220, Santa Maria da Feira
This Chapel is located near to the wall of the Castle, having been built in 1656 by order of Countess da Feira, d. Joana Forjaz Pereira de Menezes e Silva. It is a classical building, hexagonal cross-section, which reveals the influence of important chapels of centralized plant in the region. Inside, the floor forms a radial drawing from the Center, and gilded altarpieces in five walls. Attaches to the Chapel, there is a chaplain's House.
Rua da Graciosa
This construction is from the last third of the 18th century. It is a building with a rectangular plan and attached by an arch it has a private chapel. We stand out the work on its stonework from the windows and doors, as well as the ensemble formed by the stairs and balconies.
Praça Marquês de Pombal
Modernist building where the Aveiro Court of Justice runs.
Rua da Boavista (EN 224)
4550-117, Castelo de Paiva
A rather monumental farm, with na entrance that brings us back to the old days. Visitors are not allowed, since it is private property.
Rua Capitão Lebre
Also known as Quinta de Verdemilho, this farmhouse was built between 1720 and 1750. Contains a shrine and rectangular plan, bypassed internally by a path. Near the gate and located near to the wall is a stone of arms with the arms of Quevedos or Pizarros and Sousas.