Point of Interest

River Peneda Beach

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Dianne
Dianne
July 2, 2018
A walk, cycle or short 5 min drive takes you to the historic centre of the town of Góis and the Peneda/ Pego Escuro river beach (3km). This famous river beach has an extensive grassed area, sandy island in the middle of the river, and is surrounded by an imposing landscape with majestic mountains…
Dianne
Dianne
July 2, 2018
A walk, cycle or short 5 min drive takes you to the historic centre of the town of Góis and the Peneda/ Pego Escuro river beach (3km). This famous river beach has an extensive grassed area, sandy island in the middle of the river, and is surrounded by an imposing landscape with majestic mountains…

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  1. Townhouse sħiħa
  2. 3 sodod
Casa no centro histórico de Góis
  1. Dar residenzjali sħiħa
  2. 5 sodod
Centre Historique de Gois avec terrasse.

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Knisja
“The fussy tapered façade of the New Cathedral contrasts starkly with its older, more conservative namesake. But it can hardly be described as contemporary; this church was founded by the Jesuits in 1598 and consecrated in 1640. The exuberance of the exterior is equaled by the opulence of the interior – the high altar of gold filigree standing majestically in the 17th-century chancel is a standout feature, the pair of 18th-century organs positioned either side lending form and function. Actually, there is a bit of the old in the new: the octagonal font and the choir stalls once belonged in the Sé Velha. ”
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Place of Worship
“The monastery was built in the 14th century on the left bank of the Mondego River, but had to be abandoned in the 17th century due to frequent floods. The well-preserved Gothic ruins of the monastery were excavated in the late 20th century, more than 300 years after being abandoned by the nuns.”
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Point of Interest
“One of the most impressive and immersive Roman Empire locations, well preserved and documented. Great to spend a day in this immersive experience into the Roman Empire culture and lifestyle. The place is well preserved and described. It's served by a great and inexpensive restaurant. ”
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Knisja
“Where the second king of Portugal was crowned. Coimbra (Aeminium, in Roman times) is an Episcopal seat since the 5th century, succeeding neighbouring Conímbriga. Despite its long history, there is no mention of a cathedral until the construction of the Santa Maria de Coimbra Cathedral, which began in 1164 by initiative of Bishop Miguel Salomão. It was consecrated in 1184, despite the rest of the building not yet being finished and in 1185 the second Portuguese king, D. Sancho I, was crowned there. It is the only Portuguese Romanesque cathedral from the time of the Reconquest, which survives relatively intact to this day.”
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Library
“Built in the 18th century during the reign of the Portuguese King John V, it is part of the University of Coimbra General Library. It is a National Monument and has a priceless historical value being one of the main tourist attractions among the older monuments belonging to the university. it's one of the two world libraries using a colony of bats to protect its collection from Insects. ”
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Lokalità
1 R. 1
Góis, Coimbra 3330