Capela de Santo António

17th century Church, located in an isolated spot and in a field consisting of nave, chancel linked to small sacristy. Used to be a place of pilgrimage in the 17th and 18th centuries. In the 19th century was profoundly changed. Currently open to the sporadic cult and baptized.


Rua de Santo António


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Rua São Diniz, Mora

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Antiga Pousada dos Cavaleiros de Avis

16th century monument, was the residence of the Knights of Aviz, which makes this building an authentic testimony of the military order of Aviz, whose history …

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Antigos Paços do Concelho de Pavia

16th-century building, where work not only the Town Hall, as well as a female and male prison. Today works as a Parish Council and residential area.

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Conjunto de Edifícios da Igreja Matriz de Brotas

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Cromeleque do Monte das Fontainhas Velhas

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