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This church is under renovation. But the place where it's located is very pleasant. Have a seat in... read more

Reviewed 26 October 2017
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Beautiful Igreja de Santo Antoa

Located on a main square of the city, the church Santo Antao is easy and interesting to visit. You... read more

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26 Oct 2017
2 weeks ago
“"Neighborhood church" - not the cathedral....”
| Praca do Giraldo, Evora 7000-508, Portugal
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

It's pretty interesting to see the wealth of Portugal in the past, and how it was used historically. So many churches and all of the other parts of the Catholic communities that were supported by the noblemen and the monarchy. Pretty easy to become overwhelmed...More

Thank Steve G
Reviewed 26 October 2017 via mobile

This church is under renovation. But the place where it's located is very pleasant. Have a seat in a cafe and watch life around you. The church is in the very left corner of the picture.

Thank AllureToronto
Reviewed 9 September 2017

So much to see! Everyone needs to find what they like and just do a few things... we wished we had more time to do nothing, just hang out and enjoy the parade of people, and slowly stroll the lovely area....

1  Thank Cartagena2017
Reviewed 16 August 2017

Located on a main square of the city, the church Santo Antao is easy and interesting to visit. You will see there a lot of small chapels in barocco art.

Thank leonardo_1964
Reviewed 12 July 2017

Located right on the main square and should be visited if you are there. It is not as huge or as beautiful as some of the other churches in Portugal, but this was a neighborhood church to be enjoyed by the early inhabitants. You get...More

1  Thank giftedelaine
Reviewed 27 April 2017

This church is located at the north end of the main squares in Evora. It is an authentic worship space but architecturally there was nothing special. Good to come in for a bit of peace and quiet.

Thank Michael K
Reviewed 10 January 2017

Igreja de Santo Antao is a church which is located on the Evora's central square, very beautiful inside and out.

1  Thank polinav
Reviewed 28 December 2015

This church gets visited due to its location in the main square of Evora near the fountain. Worth a visit.

Thank zitaaussiemum
Reviewed 16 November 2015

The Church of Santo Antão is located on the end of the “Giraldo place”, and has the Fountain in front. The church is dating from the 16th century and has being erected by “Manuel Pires”. Nice location, and you have to know that they are...More

1  Thank Hans G
Reviewed 21 October 2014

Of a Spanish mission, rather like the Alamo. It was very lovely inside and out and is right on the main square of the city. Which is quite the hopping locale

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