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I have visited many cathedrals in many cities and this can take its place with most of them. The exterior does not do justice to the interior. Spend some time here to enjoy. Also walk around outside to see the sculptures on display. There is...More
With its age it a great cathedral to walk around not as grand and big as other cathedral but seeing that it dates back to 11th century you can understand.
Very peaceful and moving place with a few significant people buried/tombed with in the cathedral...More
We were on a tour with a group and the Cathedral was not on our tour, but my wife and I did leave the group to wait on the bus while we did a quick tour. The outside was very plain but the inside was...More
Visited the 11th century Cathedral of Braga. Pilgrims could end their walk to Santiago
de Compostela here. Church was destroyed once so this could not be. Double arch in the front is Romanesque. The original church was not oriented properly and thus one of the...More
It is said that this cathedral (also known as Sé de Braga) is older than Portugal itself! Bishop Pedro started to build it in 1089 (Portugal's sovereignty wasn't recognised until 1128) and it continued to be built and modified well until the 15th century so...More
The Catedral de Santa Maria de Braga – also called the Cathedral of Braga is Portugal’s oldest cathedral and Braga’s most magnificent building.
The exterior of Braga Cathedral reflects Portuguese Romanesque architecture with two soaring towers.
But the real "Wow" is inside – Two organs,...More
This is a fascinating Cathedral, surrounded by a lot of history. It is beautiful to admire both from the outside and inside, and I suggest to visit it calmly so that you can be attentive to the details that admire all the mysticism of this...More