Casa Nobre de Lázaro Leitão Aranha
It is an exemplar of the XVIII century manorial architecture, a work of Carlos Mardel. It is a three floors building: the ground floor is destined to a service area and a kitchen, the first floor was the noble floor, and the second floor the attic. In the atrium there is a huge marble staircase and, at the wall, twelve glazed tiles figures allusive to the twelve months of the year. The library, in two floors, has a wood application painted in white and gold. The chapel is covered with beautiful figurative glazed tiles allusive to the Christ’s Passion.
Rua da Junqueira, 190-198
- Difficult external parking
- Palaces & Mansions
Monuments near Casa Nobre de Lázaro Leitão Aranha
Picadeiro Real de Belém
Inaugurado em 1944, este salão foi projetado pelo arquiteto Raul Lino. Em memória do excelente trabalho de proteção e divulgação deste património hipomóvel,…
Capela do Santo Cristo
This chapel is an example of the manueline religious architecture. Inside are worthy of notice the glazed tiles application. You may find them on the walls of …
Cordoaria Nacional / Fábrica Nacional da Cordoaria
The building, founded in the reign of D. José, in 1771, is also known Cordoaria Nacional, Real Cordoaria da Junqueira, or Real Fábrica da Cordoaria da Junqueir…
Fonte Luminosa da Praça do Império
Built in 1940, this fountain is placed in front of the Império Monastery and, in special events, it lights up in a spectacular way.
Forte do Bom Sucesso / Museu do Combatente
Admire the magnificent ashlar masonry with which Francisco Arruda decorated the tower and go up to its 30 meters to view the vast territory you have just visit…