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From the outside it looks like a large church, but when you learn about it it, it is actually two churches divided by a very narrow house.
This church is on the left side when stand in front of the entrance looking at the facade....More
This has always amused me. Here we have a 17th century church and an 18th century church with the narrowest house in Porto connecting them in between. The narrow house has now been turned into a museum through which you enter the 18th century church...More
Igreja dos Carmelitas is located right next to Igreja do Carmo. It has been built during the second half of 17th century in Rococ style. It was for the nuns and thus separated the one for the monks. The cacade is of arched granite entrance...More
The interior of the church has gold gilded statues that are impressive. The church was built for the Carmelitas. It is an impressive church and should not be missed. Next to this church another church was built for monks (Igreja do Carmo), separated by a...More