Igreja do Bom Jesus de Matosinhos
A Renaissance building of the 16th century, that underwent remodellation works in the 18th century according to plans by Nicolau Nasoni. Inside the temple, a special note to some of the most important golden carvings by baroque artists in the north of the country. A special note also to its two bell towers, the main door decorated by a medalion with a shell, and the two lateral niches of statues of Saint Peter and Saint Paul. Inside, one can find the golden carved high altar that has a niche with the image of Christ on the cross, the most ancient in the country, from the 12th/13th centuries.
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Monuments near Igreja do Bom Jesus de Matosinhos
Busto de António Nobre
A tribute monument to António Nobre, the famous Portuguese poet.
Capela de Santana
A baroque chapel built in the 18th century that underwent large works in the 20th century. The façade is covered by pattern tiles.
Capela de Santo António do Telheiro
A neoclassicist chapel, dating back to the 18th century, with a longitudinal plan and the interior decorated with neoclassicist retables. In 1956 the main faça…