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Here you can find interesting sights in Braga, Portugal. Click on a marker on the map to view details about the sight. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 7 sights are available in Braga, Portugal.Back to the list of cities in Portugal
1. Fonte nº 5 das 7 Fontes
The Sete Fontes is part of a large water supply system built in mid-18th century, that supplied potable water to the northern Portuguese municipality of Braga, until the first half of the 20th century. In reality, there are only six springs from this network that still exist, following destruction of one in the early 1990s, to allow the construction of residential homes. The remaining sections of the Sete Fontes are identifiable for the springs that are housed within their respective Mãe de aguas, which are connected via aqueducts running along the surface or through tunnels, known as minas ('mines').
2. Totus Tuus
Totus tuus was routinely used to sign off letters written in Latin, meaning "all yours", often abbreviated as "t.t.". In recent history Totus tuus was used by Pope John Paul II as his personal motto to express his personal Consecration to Mary based on the spiritual approach of Louis de Montfort and the Mariology in his works. The pontiff explained the meaning further in his book Crossing the Threshold of Hope where he defines it as not only an expression of piety but also of devotion that is deeply rooted in the Mystery of the Blessed Trinity.
3. Arco da Porta Nova
The Arch of the New Gate, is a Baroque and Neoclassical arch, designed by André Soares in the late 18th century, in the civil parish of Sé, municipality of Braga, in northern Portugal. The triumphal arch which decorates the western entrance to the medieval wall of the city, was opened in 1512 and traditionally used to present the city's keys to dignitaries and celebrities.
4. Torre de Menagem Castelo medieval de Braga
Castle of Braga is a historical fortification and defensive line encircling the city of Braga. While, in fact, the only remains of this structure are the various gates and towers along its perimeter, the main keep tower, located in the civil parish of São João do Souto, is the only true remnant of the medieval castle.
5. Sé Catedral de Braga
The Cathedral of Braga is a Roman Catholic church in the northern city of Braga, Portugal. Due to its long history and artistic significance, it is also one of the most important buildings in the country. It is the seat of the Archdiocese of Braga and of the Primate Archbishop of Portugal and Spain.
6. Capela de São Miguel-o-Anjo
The Chapel of São Miguel-O-Anjo is located in the parish of Maximinos, city of Braga. It was originally built in the early eighteenth century, in the Carvalheira Zone, near the Braga Cathedral and was where the archbishop was putting together to make their solemn entrance to the See.
7. Igreja da Lapa
The Church of the Pope is located in the historical center of Braga Town, which is located in the same name area of the seaport, and belongs to the Covenant School. It can be understood in the arcade building on the Republic Square.
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