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Taking advantage of a concert commemorating the 100 years of Czechoslovakia, I went to the Church of the Clérigos for the first time, and was surprised by its beauty, despite not being an admirer of the baroque style.
Announced by the president of the Brotherhood...More
a great walk through the church - amazing building and architecture, seeing the church from all different levels and views. tower stairs is worth it - lovely views - make sure you go all the way to the top.
This is a very impressive Baroque Church with a Golden interior, entry to the Church is free but you have to pay to climb the Tower
I was there on a Saturday and was able to sneak a peek into the church between two weddings,...More
Both the church as well as the tower are Porto landmarks, the church, a baroque-inspired building, was built between 1732 & 1749 and was very nice.
We did not have the time to visit the tower (you can purchase tickets for it) but they say...More
We visited this Baroque church first, before going on to climb the tower.
Admission to the church is free, but if you go on to climb the tower at a cost of €5, the route takes you behind the statue above the altar, and there...More
This beautiful old church is so much a part of the community; young people sit on the steps playing music for the crowds, always hopeful for some expression of gratitude. it stands next to the Clergios Tower.
The Baroque Church dates back to 1735 by...More
This is a beautiful church, so worth visiting in it's own right, but if you go at midday, you will be treated to a free 30-minute organ recital! Superb! Only drawback was that I wanted to climb the tower, however there was a 30-minute wait,...More