Castelo de Mogadouro

The castelo de Mogadouro was granted in 1297 by King Dinis to the Knights Templar and, some years later, in 1319, passed to the order of Christ, successor of that. Today remain only two panos walls, an isolated Tower of rectangular faces and some scant remains of walls escalavrados.


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Monuments near Castelo de Mogadouro

Igreja da Misericórdia de Mogadouro

Mannerist and Baroque church with a rectangular plan with internal longitudinal axis, consisting of a nave, a narrower chancel, an attachment and a sacristy. I…

Igreja do Convento de São Francisco

This sixteen hundreds church has a plan composed by a Latin cross with three naves, main chapel, sacristy and attachment. It stands out the Imaculada Conceição…

Oratório a São Sebastião

Oratory consisting of a circular step under which rests on a pedestal. About this is a quadrangular plant porch supported by four columns with Ionic capitals. …

Pelourinho de Mogadouro

Pelourinho consisting of a quadrangular punch of three steps, a quadrangular base, a column of shaft drive unit comprising four blocks, a capital consisting of…

Torre do Relógio

Tower located near the Castelo de Mogadouro, being divided into three tiers, one of them prepared to receive bells. Features a pyramidal shot and, in the four …

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