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We slipped into this beautiful cathedral on our way up to visit the University, Apart from offering blissful sanctuary from the 40C heat our visit included swallows around the cloisters. Well worth the modest entrance fee!
Beautiful entry way, ornate. Inside, the cloister is a beautiful and serene place. Build around the 12th century by the 1st King, this church has history. If only the walls could talk - lots of art and carvings in the main hall but I like...More
This very well preserved cathedral shows the purity of romanesque style.
Sitting on a very steep street, it appears to the visitor's eyes as a surprise.
A must see in Coimbra !
We wanted to visit the church, not the cloister, and even for that...More
Given this church was built in 1139 the quality of the building and size of the interior is just mind blowing. Do pick up the guide as it describes the age and artists of all the interior works. I particularly loved the colourful tiles covering...More