Igreja do Convento de Santo António dos Capuchos
The church of the Capuchos was built at the beggining of the 17th century and has a façade with arcades and a niche, which is charactristic of the Capuchos architecture. It has an important set of 18th century tiles in the main chapel, representing each step in Saint Anthony's life, and on the side walls, representing Saint Anthony's death and the descent of the cross.
Rua Serpa Pinto
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Monuments near Igreja do Convento de Santo António dos Capuchos
Arco da Porta Nova
An archway belomging to the walls of the late-romanic period, dating back to the 16th century.
Busto do Coronel Aboim Ascenção
A bust as a homage to the Colonel Alboim Ascensão.
Igreja de São Sebastião
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Igreja de Nossa Senhora do Carmo e Capela dos Ossos
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Palacete Guerreirinho / Palácio da Família Guerreirinho
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