The Cathedral of Santa Maria de Braga is located is Braga, Portugal. It's also known as the Sé and is the main catholic structure in Braga built in the 12th century. The Sé is so large, it can take a 1/2 day to see everything...More
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there are many famous people buried in the tombs within the walls. Some of the most famous burials are that of Henry of Burgundy as well as his wife Teresa of Leon. The construction of this location begin in 1070, but very few pieces of...More
We reached our 3rd stop on that day and it was the Cathedral of Santa Maria de Braga. The organ and the beautiful wood work painted in gold are astonishingly beautiful to look at. There is so much details in those carvings - a must...More
the place is certainly something to visit when you're in Braga, and we took the combined ticket. So we started in the cathedral, with a quite impressive interior, and proceeded to the choir, with the 2 pipe organs, impressive is the word. Then to the...More
Went there on a sundaymorning. Nearly missed it because we didn't see the church entrance because we were coming from the rear street where there is a small museum but you must first go to the main entrance to buy tickets ... A nice church...More
Enjoyed this visit. Interesting cathedral and grounds. Worth a visit, with the interior and grounds paceful and calm.
It is a very nice church! It is 2 euros to go inside and an extra 2 if you want to see the museum. See the museum to make it worth it! Inside the cathedral is pretty small with a lack of information, but it...More