Capela de São Sebastião

Mannerist Chapel of longitudinal plant, inaugurated in 1570. It consists of a nave and a chancel lower and narrow, and has a Bell Tower on the façade. Currently, lies in ruins.


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Monuments near Capela de São Sebastião

Antiga Igreja e Hospital da Misericórdia

Mannerist church built in 1572, flanked by the building where formerly there was a hospital and a hostel. In 1941, the Church has been adapted to theatre, bein…

Capela de Nossa Senhora da Piedade

This church was built in the 16th century, taking advantage of the foundations of the chancel of the first Church of Azinhaga. Underwent some renovations in 17…

Capela de São Caetano

Simple façade, chapel with Bell Tower, sacristy and collection. The building was probably built in the 18th century, suffering works of enlargement of the ship…

Capela de São José

Temple sent build by Gaspar Serrão to function as Chapel of the Manor. The relationship and the good connection between the 17th-century tiles and architectura…

Igreja Matriz da Azinhaga / Igreja Matriz de Nossa Senhora da Conceição

Chapel probably built in the second half of the 17th century, presenting characteristics of Mannerist and Baroque architecture. It consists of three naves with…

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