The Sanctuary of Nossa Senhora dos Remédios is located in the parish of Sé, city and municipality of Lamego, district of Viseu, in Portugal. At the top of the hill of Santo Estêvão, the sanctuary is currently an integral part of the panorama of the city to which it is joined by a scenographic staircase.
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Raposeira is the brand of one of the best known Portuguese natural sparkling wines, integrated in the production of the wine region Távora-Varosa.
The Raposeira cellars, producers of natural sparkling wine since 1898, are an ex-libris of the city of Lamego. In a large expanse of granite tunnels, thousands of bottles of this quality sparkling wine are preserved, under optimal natural conditions.
The Castle of Lamego, in Ribadouro, is located in the parish of Almacave, city and municipality of Lamego, district of Viseu in Portugal. Originally a mountain castle, nowadays its two walls, inner and outer, are part of the urban fabric.
The Lamego Museum is located in the historic center of the city of Lamego, in the former Episcopal Palace, a building rebuilt in the second half of the 18th century, under the patronage of Bishop D. Manuel de Vasconcelos Pereira.
The Chapel of São Pedro de Balsemão is perfectly nestled in a small plain along the banks of the Balsemão River, a tributary of the left bank of the Varosa River. Although today it is part of a 17th century manor house, it still contains unique testimonies from the 19th century X, namely construction techniques of Iberian Mozarabic architecture, constituting one of the rare examples in Portuguese territory.
It is one of the most beautiful viewpoints in the entire Douro region, the viewpoint of S. Leonardo, where Miguel Torga “dived” into the river and immersed himself in the magnificent landscape of this “sublimated doiro”, whom he called “ excess of nature ”. An excerpt from the work of what is considered one of the greatest Portuguese writers of the 20th century is recorded on a stone, in which the Douro is a constant presence. From this place, legends and stories are told, which increase the charm of these places, one of the most beautiful places in the municipality of Reguense, a must for anyone visiting the Douro.
The Douro Museum is a museum located in Peso da Régua dedicated to promoting the heritage of the Douro Demarcated Region and to Port wine. In 1997 the Douro Museum was created by Law No. 125/97 of 2 December.
Pinhão is a Portuguese village and parish, with 3.00 km² of area and 648 inhabitants. Its population density is 216 inhab / km². The village is located on the north bank of the Douro River, being the center of the demarcated region of Port Wine and the place where several farms producing generous wine are located.
The "Royal Monastery" of São João de Tarouca is located on the slope of the Serra (Mountain) de Leomil, overlooking the valley of the river Varosa, in the parish of São João de Tarouca, municipality of Tarouca, in the district of Viseu, in Portugal.
The Monastery of Santa Maria de Salzedas is located in the parish of Salzedas, municipality of Tarouca, Portugal. It belongs to the Cistercian Order, dates from the 12th century, and its space was donated by Teresa Afonso, daughter of Count Afonso Nunes de Celanova, and wife of D. Egas Moniz, the Aio. In the 17th and 18th centuries, the monastery was enlarged, highlighting a new cloister in the 18th century with the trace of the Maltese architect Carlos Gimach.
Throughout the 14th century, there were several attempts to exempt groups of residents from paying tolls, all of which were doomed to failure by the monks of Salzedas. In 1465, there was news that the complex was intervened, by the action of Abbot D. Fernando de Salzedas. The scope of the works carried out at that time is unknown, but it is assumed that they were of some importance, to the point of associating a commemorative epigraph of the undertaking. Unfortunately, the marks of this fourteenth century project are not easily identifiable and the whole group is waiting for a more complete study that can show what was done then.
O Caminho dos Monges que liga o Concelho de Tarouca a Lamego é o mesmo que foi percorrido pelos Monges da Ordem de Cister há séculos atrás…
O Caminho dos Monges é um projeto supramunicipal que envolve dois municípios, Lamego e Tarouca, tendo uma extensão total aproximada de 42 km, cerca de 19 Km no concelho de Lamego e 23 km no concelho de Tarouca. Serão também implementados mais 3 caminhos complementares de acesso ao Caminho dos Monges, com aproximadamente 10 Km cada.
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