Terreiro da Sé
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From this spot one can admire the complete Barredo area, the river Douro and Vila Nova de Gaia.
Special mention goes to: the Gothic São João Evangelista Chapel and the cloister, the Santíssimo Sacramento Chapel and its silver altar and the eighteenth century Baroque frescos in the main chapel.
Romanesque construction began in the twelfth century.The sacristy, cloister, the tiles and the chapel, are already from the Gothic period. A beautiful 13th century rosace stands out on the west front.
Is located in an enormous plaza that hosts Oporto´s Cathedral where you can enjoy a wonderful view over the city. It´s surrounded by several important buildings as Art Sacra Museum, Casa-Museu Guerra Junqueiro and Paço Episcopal.
Located in the historical centre of the city is one of the city's oldest monuments and one of the most important Romanesque monuments in Portugal
"is one of the city's oldest monuments and one of the most important Romanesque monuments in Portugal" Besides the archictetonic importance, it is one of the entrances in the oldest part of the city