Awesome resemblance to San Galgano, being built in the same style. The dimensions are, however, smaller. But the lower colonnade is still elegant and slender. You can take marvellous photos. Inside you can visit a museum where you can find many artifacts collected from all the Portuguese archaeological campaigns in recent centuries. It is a bit of a mix of all tastes and all ages but still interesting.
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