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Points of Interest

  • Évora University

    The University of Évora was the second university to be founded in Portugal. After the creation of the University of Coimbra in 1537, the need for a second university was felt in order to serve the Southern part of the country.   

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  • Aqueduct

    The Silver Aqueduct had its opening on March 28th, 1537, and is considered one of the most important works of the city during the first half of the XVI century.

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  • Roman Temple

    The beginning of its construction dates back to Augustus, in the I century D.C. and its completion goes on for the next two centuries. 

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  • Saint Francis Church

    The construction of the St.  Francis convent in Évora dates back to the XVIII century (…) 

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  • Giraldo Square

    In Évora, all streets lead to Giraldo Square. It has always been that way since its construction in 1571/1573. 

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  • Cromlech of Almendres

    Archaeological site with several megalithic structures: cromlech, menhir and stones, belonging to the so called first “Évora megalithic universe”. 

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  • The Évora Cathedral

    “The Cathedral of Évora is the largest medieval cathedral in the country (…) built between 1186 and the first years of the XIII century

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  • Chapel of Bones

    The Chapel of Bones was built in the XVII century under the initiative of three Franciscan monks aiming at transmitting the message of the fragility of human life.

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  • Sertório Square

    The City Hall of Évora is not only a stage for many political activities, but also offers many architectural styles.

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  • Graça Church

    The Graça Church or Our lady of Graça Church was the first monument of the Renaissance architecture in the city of Évora. It is located in the Graça Square and designed by architects Miguel Arruda and Nicolau de Chaterene.

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  • The City Wall of Évora

    The City Wall of Évora is classified as of 1922 as a national monument, and it is part of the Historic Center of Évora and the UNESCO World Heritage.  

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  • Santo Antão Church

    The Santo Antão Church is located at Giraldo Square, and was built under the orders of D. Henrique.  

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Points of Interest

Roman Temple

The beginning of its construction dates back to Augustus, in the I century D.C. and its...

Aldeia da Terra

ALDEIA da TERRA – is a garden of sculptures considered of cultural interest (…) and the most...


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