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Here you can find interesting sights in Tavira, 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 5 sights are available in Tavira, Portugal.List of cities in Portugal Sightseeing Tours in Tavira
1. Igreja do Hospital do Espírito Santo
The church of the hospital, also known as the Church of the Holy Spirit, is a religious building located in the Portuguese city of Tavira. The church dates back to the fifteenth century and is listed as a monument to the public interest. Belonging to the ancient Royal Holy Spirit Hospital, the temple was rebuilt in 1752, just like the hospital facility under D's rule. John is responsible for these works
2. Ermida de Santa Ana
An erection of a saint or church of saints, located in the east of Tavila on the top of the saint's mountain. The date of origin is uncertain, but it has been recorded since 1518, depending on the time when members of St. Antigua's order visited. In the seventeenth century, it was the chapel of the governor and the sergeant major.
3. Ermida de São Sebastião
The Chapel of São Sebastião, also called Ermida de São Sebastião, is located in the parish of Santiago, in the city of Tavira, near the Barracks of Atalaia. The date of its construction is not certain but in 1723 there is already a record of its existence, perhaps situated on the site of a small hermitage.
4. Quartel da Atalaia
The Barracks of The Atalaia, located in the parish of Santiago, in Tavira, was built in 1795 by the Governor General of the Algarve, the Count of Vale dos Reis, Nuno José Fulgêncio de Mendonça Moura Barreto. For this barracks came the so-called Infantry Regiment No. 14 (R. I. 14), from the city of Faro.
5. Arraial Ferreira Neto
Arraial Ferreira Neto was the support structure for fishing frames, located in quatro águas in Tavira. It is currently the only existing camp, having been transformed into a hotel unit, with a themed museum on the art of tuna fishing. It was classified as a Property of Public Interest.
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