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10 | Igreja dos Anjos »  It's a small and little-known church, but it preserves one of the richest gilded interiors in town. That interior dates from the 1600s, but the building is just over one century old, as the original had to be demolished for the opening of Avenida Almirante Reis. The gilded decoration was then carefully put back into place, covering much of the space. É um interior do século XVII, A talha dourada foi cuidadosamente recolocada, preenchendo grande parte do espaço.

10 | Igreja dos Anjos » It's a small and little-known church, but it preserves one of the richest gilded interiors in town. That interior dates from the 1600s, but the building is just over one century old, as the original had to be demolished for the opening of Avenida Almirante Reis. The gilded decoration was then carefully put back into place, covering much of the space. É um interior do século XVII, A talha dourada foi cuidadosamente recolocada, preenchendo grande parte do espaço.

6 | Igreja do Convento dos Cardaes » é dos + notáveis do barroco português,  talha dourada, azulejaria. Sobreviveu terramoto de 1755,   The church of Cardaes Convent is one of the most remarkable examples of Portuguese baroque, mixing gilding and tile panels. It survived the 1755 earthquake, presenting a set of eleven figurative tile panels in blue and white, created by Dutch artist Jan van Oort in 1692, while the gilding frames eight paintings by different artists of the time.

6 | Igreja do Convento dos Cardaes » é dos + notáveis do barroco português, talha dourada, azulejaria. Sobreviveu terramoto de 1755, The church of Cardaes Convent is one of the most remarkable examples of Portuguese baroque, mixing gilding and tile panels. It survived the 1755 earthquake, presenting a set of eleven figurative tile panels in blue and white, created by Dutch artist Jan van Oort in 1692, while the gilding frames eight paintings by different artists of the time.

Interior da Igreja de São Francisco de Assis, ricamente decorado em estilo barroco, em Salvador, estado da Bahia, Brasil. O interior da Igreja é de uma beleza rara, todo em uma deslumbrante talha dourada e imagens policromadas de mestres santeiros baianos, obras primas da arte sacra.

Interior da Igreja de São Francisco de Assis, ricamente decorado em estilo barroco, em Salvador, estado da Bahia, Brasil. O interior da Igreja é de uma beleza rara, todo em uma deslumbrante talha dourada e imagens policromadas de mestres santeiros baianos, obras primas da arte sacra.

Golden interior of the Misericordia church in Caminha. Discover Why You Should Visit Caminha in Northern Portugal | Julie Dawn Fox in Portugal

Why You Should Visit Caminha In Northern Portugal

Golden interior of the Misericordia church in Caminha. Discover Why You Should Visit Caminha in Northern Portugal | Julie Dawn Fox in Portugal

Convento de Jesus. No interior da igreja merece especial atenção a capela-mor pelo notável trabalho de talha dourada de finais do séc. XVI, a lembrar uma obra de ourivesaria. Nas paredes forradas com painéis de azulejos vêem-se 6 telas representando momentos da vida de Santa Joana Princesa, filha do Rei D. Afonso V.~~~~ Cidade de Aveiro, Portugal

Convento de Jesus. No interior da igreja merece especial atenção a capela-mor pelo notável trabalho de talha dourada de finais do séc. XVI, a lembrar uma obra de ourivesaria. Nas paredes forradas com painéis de azulejos vêem-se 6 telas representando momentos da vida de Santa Joana Princesa, filha do Rei D. Afonso V.~~~~ Cidade de Aveiro, Portugal

8 | Igreja do Menino de Deus »  It opened its doors when it celebrated three centuries in July of 2011, but this church is always closed. However, you just need to ring the bell next door, and you’ll be taken to see the beautiful interior. Built by King João V in 1711, it’s found almost hidden by the castle. It stands out for its use of marble and of other fine materials, and served as a model for many other Baroque buildings across the country.   completou três séculos, em julho de 2011

8 | Igreja do Menino de Deus » It opened its doors when it celebrated three centuries in July of 2011, but this church is always closed. However, you just need to ring the bell next door, and you’ll be taken to see the beautiful interior. Built by King João V in 1711, it’s found almost hidden by the castle. It stands out for its use of marble and of other fine materials, and served as a model for many other Baroque buildings across the country. completou três séculos, em julho de 2011

2 | Igreja do Convento da Madre de Deus »  The Madre de Deus Convent is now the National Tile Museum. The church is one of Portugal’s most extraordinary monuments, mixing Baroque tile panels, gilt and painting on canvas. The tiles are by Dutch and Portuguese artists, while the 20 paintings on the ceiling, depicting the life of the Virgin, are by painter Marcos da Cruz, and created between 1660 and 1670.

2 | Igreja do Convento da Madre de Deus » The Madre de Deus Convent is now the National Tile Museum. The church is one of Portugal’s most extraordinary monuments, mixing Baroque tile panels, gilt and painting on canvas. The tiles are by Dutch and Portuguese artists, while the 20 paintings on the ceiling, depicting the life of the Virgin, are by painter Marcos da Cruz, and created between 1660 and 1670.

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