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  • 1 Serra de São Mamede Interesting

    Nature and gardens

    P - 7300 Portalegre

    The São Mamede Serra is a small island of green in a dry and stony region. The foliage is thick and varied, and is home to chestnut trees, pines, cork-oaks, weeping willows, almond trees, pines and eucalyptus. Starting from Portalegre the road climbs..

  • 2 Casa-Museu José Régio

    Museums and art

    R. Poeta José Régio P - 7300 Portalegre

    The collection of regional, religious and popular art collected by the poet José Régio (1901-1969) forms the main part of the museum set up in the house where he lived. It especially includes an impressive number of crucifixes and naive statuettes of..

  • 3 Rua 19 de Junho

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    R. 19 de Junho P - 7300 Portalegre

    This street is flanked by 17C and 18C houses.

  • 4

    Religious buildings

    Praça do Municipio P - 7300 Portalegre

    The facade of the 18C cathedral stands out with its marble columns in the main doorway. In the second chapel on the right, notice an attractive compartmented retable on the life of the Virgin Mary. In the sacristy, whose walls are dressed with azulej..

  • 5 Main museum

    Museums and art

    R. José Maria da Rosa P - 7300 Portalegre

    This museum is set up in the old Diocesan seminary and exhibits a good selection of sacred art including a curious Spanish Piéta in gilded wood from the end of the 15C and four ivory high-reliefs from the Italian 18C school. There is also old Portugu..

  • 6 Palácio Amarelo

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Rúa da Figueira 13 P - 7300 Portalegre

    The facade of the yellow palace, sadly now in a bad state, is decorated with remarkable artistic wrought iron work from the 17C.

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