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Angra has had three city halls. The first city hall had a small square in front. Later, the trade from India and the importance of the city led to the construction of a larger square and a new building with lateral staircases, a portico with...more
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Praca Velha, Angra do Heroismo, Terceira 9701-857, Portugal
We were pleasantly surprised that we could just roam around with no escorts to check out this place. It was unexpectedly interesting, although it would have been more so if we had some more context about what we were looking at.
Followed a parade of Santa’s, wisemen and nativity characters down the towns Main Street to the town square where the town hall sits at one end. The square was bordered with wooden booths for the sale of local fare and baked goods for various civic...More
This city center is unique in the Azores and probably in the entire of Portugal. Perfectly maintained and painted ancient houses, beautiful churches, a true festival for the eyes. No wonder it is listed as one of the top places to visit in the Azores...More
The town hall is definitely worth a visit during your stay in Terceira. A half hour is more than enough to see the 2 floors of the building,and it offers some history of the island. It borders one side of Praca de Velha and is...More
My husband and I visited Angra do Heroismo recently and happened upon the city hall while exploring.. the architecture is quite impressive with a beautiful front staircase and impressive meeting rooms. We found it quite interesting
As we entered the building, we were greeted by the receptionist who invited us to venture further and go upstairs to explore. Immediately all lighting was switched on so that we could admire all the noble áreas, chandeliers and furnishings. Beautiful decor everywhere, that is...More
Very interesting inside this Town Hall that contains most of its original furniture floors, and stained glass windows from when it was used as the Court House and Jail. The Court House/Room portion of the Town Hall, located on the second floor, has a beautifully...More