This is a gem. We took the 28 Cablecar from across the city, which is a worthwhile trip in and of itself. It stops at the church which is on a hill overlooking the river Tusca and the city. Admission is surprisingly low for what...More
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This monastery was founded in the 12th century and the building is still strong and attractive as things were built to last in those days. The church is quite ornate and so is the rest of the structure. The place is filled with paintings and...More
Nice Church! but after the second one, they all blend in............ Take time to look around the general area of the church, We took a Tuk Tuk up and back, nice ride Catholics Bah
Very imposing building with a great deal of history. I personally found the altar rather oppressive. It's just a shame that so much money must have been taken from the people of the time to build these places, yet when you look around at the...More
Not to be missed if you like old/ antique tiles. A great collection. Worth paying the entrance fee and go up to see the views.
This old church is known as the pantheon of kings because it contains the remains of many of the portuguese kings. Very beautifull.