Clérigos Church, Tower and Museum: the Portuguese Baroque

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Clérigos Church, Tower and Museum: the Portuguese Baroque

Τhe Clérigos complex was born straight out of the mind of Nicolau Nasoni. Served as a clock, a beacon, and a background for publicity stunts and declared a National Monument in 1910, Clérigos' church, hospital and tower have become unique examples of a Portuguese Baroque that broke away from tradition.


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A tour by

Ana Santos

Ana is an art historian, tour guide and creative writer from the city of Almada, Portugal, with a Bachelor Degree in Art History and a Post-Graduate Degree in Museum Studies.

Phone: +302103006246

Email: bookings@cliomuseapp.com

Website: http://www.cliomusetours.com


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1. Eastern Façade

5 Stories

2. Stairwell

4 Stories

3. Chapel of Our Lady of Lapa

4 Stories

4. Statue of Archangel Michael

3 Stories

5. Holy Water Basin

3 Stories

6. Nave

5 Stories

7. Altar of St Ana

3 Stories

8. Altar of St Andrew Avellino

4 Stories

9. Altar of Our Lady of Sorrows

4 Stories

10. Altar of the Blessed Sacrament

4 Stories

11. Chancel

5 Stories

12. Vestry

4 Stories

13. Altarpiece

5 Stories

14. Coffer Room

3 Stories

15. Nasoni's writing desk

5 Stories

16. Organs

4 Stories

17. High Choir

5 Stories

18. Cross of Cassoa

3 Stories

19. The Hospital

3 Stories

20. The Triumphant Jesus statue

4 Stories

21. Tower

6 Stories

22. Western Façade

6 Stories