A Arcada ou “Largo da Arcada”, localiza-se na freguesia de São José de São Lázaro, no centro histórico da cidade de Braga, no distrito de mesmo nome, em Portugal. História. Na grande maioria das cidades portuguesas a zona mais nobre ou central da cidade localiza-se na “baixa”.
Situated in the centre of Braga, the apartment Arco Da Porta Nova offers accommodation for 6 people and views of several landmarks. It is a 2-minute walk from the historic centre. Arco Da Porta Nova includes 2 double rooms, 1 twin room and 2 bathrooms with bath or shower.
The imposing Bom Jesus do Monte (Good Jesus of the Mount) sits just outside the city of Braga, Portugal. Perched high on a hillside in Tenoes, some 381 feet above the ground, it is accessed by funicular, car or on foot via a magnificent 116-metre stairway.
Braga (Portuguese pronunciation: ( listen); Proto-Celtic: * Bracara) is a city and a municipality in the northwestern Portuguese district of Braga, in the historical and cultural Minho Province. The city has a resident population of 192,494 inhabitants (in 2011), representing the seventh largest municipality in Portugal (by population).
The chapel of São Frutuoso continues to be an enigma, but it is a uniquely rare example of Visigothic structures in Portugal, based on a Greek-cross, which may have followed the design of a Byzantine mausoleum comparable to the Galla Placidia, in Ravenna.
Português: Igreja de São Victor em Braga / Igreja Paroquial de São Vítor / Igreja de São Vítor. Em Portugal, Braga, Braga, São Vítor. Arquitecto: Miguel Lescole; Entalhador: Damião da Costa Figueiredo; Pedreiros: Pascoal Fernandes, Domingos Moreira; Pintor: Gabriel del Barco (atr. azulejos); Organeiro: Manuel de Sá Couto.
The Museum of Archaeology is one of the most interesting and important destinations for visitors to Braga, in Portugal. Known as the D. Diogo de Sousa Museum, it is named after the former archbishop of Braga of the same name, who dedicated himself to remodelling and renovating the city as far back as the early 16th century.
Domus da Escola Velha da Sé No contexto de um projecto promovido pela Câmara Municipal de Braga de reformulação do programa arquitectónico do interior do edifício da Antiga Escola da Sé, actual União de Freguesias da Sé, Cividade e Maximinos, foram realizadas, naquele espaço, entre 1998 e 2003, escavações arqueológicas, dirigidas pelo Gabinete de Arqueologia do Município de Braga.
The Fountain of the Idol (Portuguese: Fonte do Ídolo) is a Roman fountain located in the civil parish of São José de São Lázaro, in the municipality of Braga, northern Portugal. Located in the former territory of the Callaici Bracari, the granite rock fountain/spring has Latin inscriptions, dedicated to the Gallaecian and Lusitanian gods Tongoenabiagus and Nabia (built during era of Roman Emperor Augustus).
<p>The <b>Image Museum</b> or in <a href="/pages/w/103759889662235">Portuguese</a> <b>Museu da Imagem</b> is located in <a href="/pages/w/105524712814231">Braga</a>, <a href="/pages/w/104023262966156">Portugal</a> and is dedicated to <a href="/pages/w/108170975877442">photography</a>.</p><p>The collection is one of the largest and most important in <a href="/pages/w/104023262966156">Portugal</a>.
Misericórdia Church is a church in Braga. The Misericórdia is a church located in Sé, Braga, Portugal. Built in 1562 it is considered the most important legacy of the renaissance period in the city, despite the profound changes it suffered in the 18th and 19th centuries.
The Monastery of St Martin of Tibães (Portuguese: Mosteiro de São Martinho de Tibães) is a monastery situated in the parish of Mire de Tibães, near Braga, in northern Portugal. It was the mother house of the Benedictine order in Portugal and Brazil, and it is known for the exuberant Rococo decoration of its church.
The National park of Peneda-Gerês was established by decree in 1971 with the aim of enhancing, for educational, scientific and tourist purposes, human activities and the natural resources of this privileged landscape set in the mountainous areas in northeast Portugal.
The Roman Baths do Alto da Cividade are located near the archaeological museum Dom Diogo de Sousa, in the beautiful town of Braga. It is a large complex of baths composed of some valuable ruins. They have a attached theatre dating from the second century AD. These springs were discovered during excavations carried out in Cividade during 1977.
The Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Braga (Latin: Archidioecesis Bracarensis) is an archdiocese of the Latin Rite of the Roman Catholic Church in Portugal. Its suffragans are the diocese of Aveiro, diocese of Bragança-Miranda, diocese of Coimbra, diocese of Lamego, diocese of Porto, diocese of Viana do Castelo, diocese of Vila Real, and diocese of Viseu.
The Roman Thermae of Maximinus (Portuguese: Termas Romanas de Maximinos), are the archaeological ruins of a monumental building and public baths, whose construction was integrated into the urban renewal of the civitas of Bracara Augusta (later Braga), the Roman provincial capital of Gallaecia.