Castelo da Sertã

Mountain Castle, medieval type, with walls of schist. Inside, it has a quadrangular Tower and Church nave only, with narrower chancel and Bell Tower-Church of Saint John the Baptist. The castle was abandoned for centuries and only in the year 1998 was rebuilt. The original monument kept the tower and some of the wall cloths in shale. The Foundation of this fortification is ascribed to Sertorius. It was rebuilt by count Dom Henrique and, in 1174, was donated by his son to the Hospitallers.


Miradouro do Castelo


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Monuments near Castelo da Sertã

Busto de Ângelo Pedro Farinha

Angelo Peter Flour was Mayor of the municipality of Sertã between 1982 and 1994. In the year in which he died was in Office. After him came this black marble m…

Convento de Santo António

In ancient times this was the male convent of the order of St. Francis, consisting of nave, chancel, Conventual dependencies in two-storey cloister. Watch out …

Edifício da Câmara Municipal de Sertã

Administrative-type architecture, designed by Cassiano Branco. Here have run the Town Hall during the 19th century. In 1917 the building was destroyed by a fir…

Estátua de Padre Manuel Antunes

Born in Sertã, in 1918. In addition to a priest, he was a professor of his order and the Faculty of letters of Lisbon. He left some writings on literary, philo…

Igreja da Misericórdia da Sertã

Church consists of nave, sacristy and dependencies that stands out for having: a high altar in gilt, figurative and geometric tile panels of the 18th century, …

Igreja de São Pedro/Igreja Matriz da Sertã

This temple had an outline originally gothic and afterwards it was added renaissance and baroque elements. There is a main altar in carving, the pulpit; the la…

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