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You just have to visit this place if in Porto. Im not realigious in any way but the Alter and chapel had me sat down and just wondering at the place for 15 mins. It not a large place but a must to see.
Ok so beautiful baroque tiled Churches are not exactly in short supply in Porto, nevertheless this is one of the more impressive ones, there was a service going on when I was there so I was only able to take a brief look inside but...More
Igreja das Carmelitas is, like all other churches in Portugal (as best I can tell), beautiful. The nice thing about this particular church is that you also get to visit the hidden house and Igreja do Carmo (for the price of 2.50E if you’re willing...More
This church sits next to another church, just divided by the narrow house in the middle.
The inside of the church is beautiful. Spend a few minutes inside, great to get out of the sun. it’s free to go in but a donation to the...More
But actually is/are two beautiful churches joined by the smallest house in Porto. The famous hidden house. The earlier of the two churches is mid-17th century. Was part of a convent for carmelites. It is beautiful inside with fine artwork. Altar is gorgeous.