- Main: Rua de Serpa Pinto
- Second: Rua D' Alcoutim
- Third: Rua da República
- Fourth: Alcarcova de Baixo
- Fifth: Rua de Serpa Pinto
Igreja de São Francisco (2/2): Capela dos Ossos
Capela dos Ossos (Chapel of Bones), built in the 16th century, is a chapel drawing on religious baroque influences which is totally covered with human bones. Don't miss it!
Roman Temple of Diana
From the end of the 2nd century and with magnificent Corinthian columns, it's one of the Iberian Peninsula's best preserved Roman monuments.
Praça de Giraldo
The heart of Evora with some interesting spots such as the Igreja de Santo Antão (Santo Antão Church) and the Tourism Office.
The Aguas Termales building was built at the turn of the last century, and now appears to house a bank. There is a pretty plaza with a fountain in front.
The city has a large theater and a large square in front of it. Underneath there is a convenient public parking.Related to:
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WW I monument
Having a monument to WW I heroes is obligatory for a Portuguese town, but this one is also very solemn and attractive. It is located on the Southern side of the city, just outside of the city walls.Related to:
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Rua Candido dos Reis, 72, Evora, 7000, Portugal
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