St. Francis Kirche
St. Francis Kirche: Touren & Erlebnisse
Ganztägige Führung Durch Évora & Monsaraz Ab Lissabon
Ganztägige Führung Durch Évora & Monsaraz A...
Dauer: 1 days
Elektroauto-Tour Im Historischen Zentrum Von Évora Mit Gps-Audioguide
Elektroauto-Tour Im Historischen Zentrum Von Évor...
Dauer: 4 hours
Von Lissabon Nach Alentejo: Private Tour Nach Évora Und Monsaraz
Von Lissabon Nach Alentejo: Private Tour Nach Évo...
Dauer: 8 hours
Ganztägige Privattour Nach Évora Und Arraiolos
Ganztägige Privattour Nach Évora Und Arraiolos...
Dauer: 8 hours
Von Lissabon: Ganztägiger Ausflug Nach Évora
Von Lissabon: Ganztägiger Ausflug Nach Évora...
Dauer: 9 hours
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Church of São Francisco - Évora
One of the striking features of the façade is a church porch with arches of different styles - a typical example of the "marriage" between Gothic and Moorish style found in so many monuments of this region in Portugal. Over the Manueline doorway we can see the emblems of the kings that commissioned its construction - D. João II and D. Manuel I - whose emblems were the pelican and armillary sphere respectively.
One particularity of the Church is that it has a single nave, terminating in a ribbed vaulted ceiling, that has the largest span of all Portuguese Gothic architecture. On the sides we can see twelve chapels, all covered in Baroque carved woodwork. The main chapel, dating from the early 16th century, still maintains important Renaissance features such as the pulpits. It's well worth noting the harmonious decoration of stone, carved woodwork and azulejo tiles in the chapel of the third order, on one of the arms of the transept.
Inside, visitors can see the strange Bones Chapel, built during the Filippine period (17th-century). The pillars and walls are completely covered by bones. It's also worth noting the late Renaissance doorway where the capitals of the columns seem to be decorated in a different manner according to whether one is looking from the exterior or interior.