Generally in Braga there are plenty of churches, 49 if I remember correctly, however; this one definitely worth a visit. Great structure.
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An amazing organ. Enjoyed our visit even though it was Sunday and there was a very long mass and baptism at the end. Pretty church.
First I have to point out that my wife and I are Jewish, so we have not been raised by Christian tradition and calture, thus our knowledge is somewhat short with the New Testimony. For me it was overwhelming experience to enter such place with...More
So much in such small space. The cathedral has one of the most astonishing organs in Europe. However, we could not find out when the organ would be played. A treat in store.
This is the big cathedral with ancient roots. Some grand art inside. The organ is overwhelming. The complex includes a museum and treasury full of church objects, not very memorable.
Amazing cathedral with colorful ceiling and extraordinary gilt wood organ which dominates the main nave. The current cathedral comes from he 12th century and was built on the wishes of Henrique and Teresa, parents of the first king of Portugal Afonso Henriques. While visiting the...More
It is a great cathedral, beautiful arhitecture. Unfortunately we arrived just a couple of minutes after it closed so we couldn't enter...(it closes at 19 pm).
The cathedral is unique and mixing a lot of different styles. The museum has some really nice and rare pieces. I found very interesting the portuguese first cross to arrive in Brazil and the high shoes that belonged to a very short bishop. Strongly advise...More