Junto à Avenida dos Aliados, encontra-se a Igreja dos Clérigos, construída por Nicolau Nasoni, mas é a Torre da igreja, a Torre dos Clérigos, que domina a área, com os seus 75 m de altura e aspecto robusto, mas belo e frágil ao mesmo tempo. É uma das imagens de marca da cidade do Porto. Pode subir…
This 75-metre bell tower is one of the city's most iconic places and offers a great view over Porto.
It was finished on 1763 is one of the best examples of the baroque style in the city of Porto. If you reach the top of the tower you’ll get an amazing 360• view of the city.
Walk straight down our street and visit the church and tower Clérigos: beautiful views. Mind the stairs!
The Clerigos Tower is one of the paradigmatic architectural landmarks of Porto. The structure is, in fact, part of the Clerigos Church, representing its bell tower. The church proper was built between 1732 and 1750, but the construction works at the Clerigos Tower started no sooner than 1754, only…
Clérigos Tower · 爱彼迎体验
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