ⓘ Monastery of Arouca

                                     

ⓘ Monastery of Arouca

The Monastery of Arouca, located in civil parish of Arouca e Burgo, in the municipality of Arouca, in northern Portuguese district of Aveiro

                                     
  • renovating the Monastery of Arouca in Portugal, and restoring the Basilica of St. Anastasia in Rome. He is known to have written a number of poems and other
  • Rio Tinto Gondomar and died in the monastery there on May 1, 1256. In 1616, wanting to move her body to Arouca it was found not to have deteriorated
  • second wife of Alfonso Lopez de Haro, son of Count Lope Diaz II de Haro, Lord of Biscay. Dordia Gil de Soverosa, a nun at the Monastery of Arouca She appears
  • Hermitage of São Bras Horta das Figueiras, Evora Monastery of Alcobaça Alcobaça, Alcobaça Monastery of Arouca Arouca Arouca Monastery of Batalha
  •  208. Almeida Fernandes, Armando de 2001 Portugal primitivo medievo. Arouca Associação da Defesa do Patrimonio Arouquense. Carvalho Correia, Francisco
  • most significant examples in Porto are the following: Monastery of Arouca Sacrario of Monastery of Alcobaça. Igreja da Pena em Lisboa main altar. Igreja
  • Abbey of Our Lady of Exile is a Benedictine monastery following the Order of Saint Benedict. This monastery is located in the northwestern town of St. Augustine
  • organ built by D. Manuel Benito Gomez de Herrera in the Monastery of Arouca in 1739, one of the most important 18th - century organs in the Iberian Peninsula