Muralha Fernandina

The Porto city had, along its history, at least two lines of walls, one Romanic and the other Gothic. From the Gothic wall, built between 1336 and 1376, known as Muralha Fernandina there are few visible remains.


Entre a Avenida Vímara Peres e a Ponte Dom Luís


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Monuments near Muralha Fernandina

Alfândega Nova

The construction of the new Port customs building was designed in 1859, by the French engineer C.F.G. Colson. It has an area of 36000 m2 and comprises three ma…

Chafariz da Colher

The Chafariz da Colher is a fountain with a base and an ajutage made of granite. It is sided by a wall shaped as a tank. Considered to be the oldest fountain i…

Edifício do Antigo Clube dos Ingleses

The building of the old Clube dos Ingleses (English Club) has two floors. The upstairs floor has balcony windows with iron bars ended by triangular and curved …

Edifício do Hospital de Santo António

This is a John Carr designed construction, with a salient entrance in the façade. The main façade is neoclassical. According to the initial plan, the building …

Fonte das Taipas

This fountain exists by the people’s will. It was built in 1772, after a petition made to the City council by the Largo do Postigo das Virtudes inhabitants. It…

Fonte das Virtudes

The Virtudes Fountain is at the end of the Calçada das Virtudes. It also has another name, Rio Frio Fountain. This fountain was abandoned for several years but…

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