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When visiting Ponte de Lima and walking through do spend a few minutes in this church. It is relatively simple church but that is what we like. We loved the altar wood carvings. Worth a visit when in Ponte de Lima, which has a number...More
The Igreja Matriz de Ponte de Lima (Parish Church) was raised in the 15th century and remodeled in the 18th, preserving its beautiful Romanesque pointed arch.
Inside, beneath a wooden coffered ceiling, are shown numerous statues from different ages, and the Capela de Nossa Senhora...More
I'm reviewing the town itself of Ponte de Lima. UNESCO city .. must see. Gorgeous river to walk along with famous bridge. Cobbled streets everywhere. We were there Sept 10 2017 which coincided with huge religious festival.. fabulous vibe of drumming bands & many dressed...More
The church at the end of the Roman bridge is much newer than the bridge (and much of the town) and doesn't quite resonate the same way other churches I've visited in Portugal do. It only takes a moment to stop in, and perhaps it's...More
I had seen some pictures of this lovely church online. I wanted to see it with my own eyes and I was not disappointed.
When I arrived in its vicinity, I immediately recognized the bell tower, standing proud and high.
Inside is quite simple as...More
Want to experience old Portugal come here. Devotion to religion still exists in churches like this and in the fall festival of the new market (September), which is a mixture of medieval passion play and old fashioned Portugal. Families and people of all ages take...More
If you visit portugal dońt forget that you have 3 different zones in Portugal
South with Algarve area for tourists and see,
Center with Lisbon area for museums, and business
And at last the real Portugal with real portuguese life in the north of portugal....More