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Roman-Gothic 12th century cathedral. Guard a valuable treasure. Spectacular visit the cloisters of the cathedral and coverage, with magnificent views of the historic center. Is part of the monumental complex as a Unesco World Heritage
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Largo do Marques de Marialva, Evora 7000-809, Portugal
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The views from the top of the cathedral are beautiful on a nice day. The display of nativities was also interesting. A walk outside in the garden area was pretty and contemplative. The sanctuary was well light so you could enjoy the art and architecture....More
The guard here was quite rude giving the start of our visit a bad flavor. The whole place has the feeling of a for-profit business more than a holy cathedral. It is worth visiting but a lot less than what we had expected.
Evora Cathedral, a Gothic church, with horizontal painted strips to make church look longer. From 12th century. Used to be a mosque on this site. Dedicated to Our Lady of Conception, as announced by the angel on the opposite wall. Completed in 14th century and...More
than at the Cathedral San Francisco. Stunning views of the City of Evora and surrounding valleys. You climb a spiral stair case and pop out onto the roof next to the belfry and ramparts where you can wander about and soak in the landscape. Side...More
The Historic Center of Evora is a UNESCO World Heritage site (one of 15 in Portugal). While there is much to see and explore, the Cathedral is the highlight. It is dominant is stature and location. Highly recommend climbing the stairs to the roof for...More