Casa de Massarelos

Building probably built in the 18th century, the present features of Pombaline residential architecture. Suffered major restoration in 2001. In the interior, highlighted by some late 18th century tiles representing the four seasons, attributable to the workshop of Bartolomeu Antunes.


Rua Doutor Jorge Rivotti, 36


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Monuments near Casa de Massarelos

Edifício do Hospital Prisional de São João de Deus

Prison-hospital whose construction commenced in 1951. Consists of twenty wards and eleven bedrooms, a psychiatric clinic with two wards and a room and a sector…

Convento da Cartuxa

The ancient Cartuxa Convent, founded in the beginning of the 17th century, has a small cloister with 3 arches on each side and a calcareous façade.

Forte de São Bruno

Built by Dom João IV in 1647, this fortress belonged to the defensive system of the Tejo's inlet. Throughout the centuries it was several times occupied and ad…

Igreja da Cartuxa

Church initially built in the Valley of the Ribeira de Barcarena. Only in 1736 was built at this location. Highlighting the two bell towers, embellished with a…

Quinta Real de Caxias/ Paço Real de Caxias

This farm represents the social life in the 18th century.

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