The Casa do Infante owes its name to the fact of being the birthplace of Infante D. Henrique (Henry the Navigator). It is a set of buildings built to house the services of the Crown in Porto. Read more
Construction dating from the twelveth/thirteenth century in Romanesque style, it has been enlarged and renewed over the years up to its final setting, in the twentieth century, resulting in an idealized reconstitution of the medieval cathedral. Read more
Granite building, dating from 1582, rebuilt in 1767 in neo-classical style according to the design of the architect Eugénio dos Santos, by initiative of João de Almada e Melo and financed by Companhia Geral da Agricultura das Vinhas do Alto Douro (General Company of Agriculture of the Alto Douro Vineyards). Read more
The S. Bento Railway Station was built at the beginning of the twentieth century on the exact location of the former Convent of S. Bento de Avé-Maria. The glass and iron cast structure was designed by the architect Marques da Silva. Read more
The Foundation's entire architectural and landscape heritage has been classified as a National Monument since December 6, 2012, and has been listed as a Building of Public Interest since 1996. Read more
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