Palácio de Seteais
This building is formed by two bodies with sober and well proportioned lines, revealing a neoclassic style. In 1802 the two lateral bodies were connected by a huge triumphal arch, celebrating Dom João IV visit. On the inside the highlights are one of the room’s wall paintings in Pillemet type and the Convention room with mythological and maritime scenes. In the last years the Palace is being used as a luxury hotel, but its original characteristics have been preserved.
Rua Barbosa do Bocage, 8
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Monuments near Palácio de Seteais
Busto de Carlos França
Bronze bust of Charles France (great man of science).
Busto de José Alfredo da Costa Azevedo
Bronze bust of José Alfredo da Costa Azevedo, offered by Câmara Municipal de Sintra in 1997.
Busto do Doutor Gregório Rafael da Silva D'Almeida
Bronze bust of Dr. Gregory Rafael da Silva D'almeida (1854-1920), prefaced by an image of a woman and a boy.
Convento dos Capuchos
Built in the middle of cliffs and vegetation, this Convent is also known as convent of Santa Cruz da Serra or Cork. Simple construction of great rusticity was …
Escultura "Os Perseguidos"
Bronze sculpture by Pedro Teixeira, Angels dated 1969. Represents two life-size human figures agachadas and attached.
Fonte da Pipa
Stone source, dated 1788, with tile panels where warriors are represented.