Castelo de Alfaiates
It is believed that this castle was built prior to nationality, during the reign of Alfonso IX of León. Later, the King Dom Dinis regained much of that region, ordering works of restoration and expansion in their strongholds. Dom Manuel I gave new Charter to village, taking place new restoration. Currently, there are two square towers, one of the entrance doors bears the Royal Crown and coat of Dom Manuel. The wall that surrounded the village has nothing left.
Praça Brás Garcia de Mascarenhas
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Monuments near Castelo de Alfaiates
Capela da Santa Casa da Misericórdia de Alfaiates / Igreja da Misericórdia de Alfaiates
Church probably built in the 13th century or 14TH CENTURY, consisting of a longitudinal plan with two juxtaposed rectangles, divided into a nave and a chancel …
Convento de Nossa Senhora de Sacaparte
Baroque set consisting of the convent and a church. The Church presents a longitudinal plan with three naves, perfect round arches and a choir-high seat about …
Cruzeiro da Sacaparte
18TH century cruise, quadrangular basis, with a circular shaft and a cross with the image of Christ carved.
Igreja Matriz de Alfaiates / Igreja de São Tiago
Church of medieval origin, built between the 16th century and the 17TH century, being added in the 20th century the chapel dedicated to Saint Peter.
Pelourinho de Alfaiates
This pillory was probably constructed in the 16th century. It is composed by a six steps base, a cylindrical shaft topped by a body in the shape of a disk, wit…