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Amares - Bouro Santa Maria - Mosteiro (or Convento) de Santa Maria
Built: Late 12th – early 13th century.
Romanesque elements: Part of the N, S and E walls of the nave with traces of the N and S portals and of the entrance to the disappeared N chapel.
Barcelos - Areias de Vilar - Mosteiro de São Salvador
Photos Vasconcellos / Marques Abreu (1918)  [1]  [2]  [3]  [4]
Built: Mid 12th century.
Romanesque elements: The W portal and the window above, both not in their original places. The portal is partly neo-romanesque.
Barcelos - Balugães - Igreja de São Martinho
Built: Mid(?) 13th century.
Romanesque elements: The W façade and part of the N and S walls of the nave.
Barcelos - Chavão - Igreja de São João Baptista
Built: T.b.a.
Romanesque elements: Part of the N and S walls of both nave and chancel, with traces of the S portal.
Barcelos - Manhente - Mosteiro de São Martinho
Photos Vasconcellos / Marques Abreu (1918)  [1]  [2]
Built: First half 12th century (1117 – 1131?).
Romanesque elements: Part of the W façade with the W portal. Gothic tower.
Barcelos - Midões - Igreja de São Paio
Built: Late 13th century.
Romanesque elements: The W façade, the lower part of the walls of the nave, and the exterior of the chancel.
Barcelos - Pereira - Ermida de Nossa Senhora da Franqueira
Built: 12th century.
Romanesque elements: The exterior of the chancel.
Notes: In the 18th century the original square hermitage chapel was transformed into the chancel and the nave was added.
Barcelos - Rio Covo Santa Eulália
Built: First half 13th century.
Romanesque elements: The exterior of the chancel. Next to the church several decorated stones (mainly voussoirs with at least 6 different types of decoration) are on display.
Barcelos - Tamel Santa Leocádia
Built: T.b.a.
Romanesque elements: The chancel and some decorated stones next to the church.
Barcelos - Vila Cova - Convento de Banho + Memorial
Built: Mid 13th century.
Romanesque elements: The ruins of the chancel and some decorated stones in a memorial display in a nearby village.
Barcelos - Vila Seca - Igreja de São Tiago
Built: T.b.a.
Romanesque elements: Part of the chancel and some decorated stones next to the church.
Braga - Gualtar - Igreja de São Miguel
Built: T.b.a.
Romanesque elements: The lower part of the N and S walls of the nave including the N and S portals, and part of the chancel (not the arch).
Braga - Lomar - Igreja de São Pedro
Photo Vasconcellos / Marques Abreu (1918)  [1]
Built: First half 13th century.
Romanesque elements: The W façade and the S wall of both nave and chancel.
Braga - Sé
Photos Vasconcellos / Marques Abreu (1918)  [1]  [2]
Built: Started around 1128, concluded late 12th century.
Romanesque elements: A large part of the nave and aisles, the S portal, part of the W portal, and several pieces in the adjoining museum.
Braga - Sobreposta, Lageosa - Capela de São Tomé
Built: 10th or 11th century.
Romanesque elements: Only the chancel arch which may be pre-romanesque.
Braga - Tenões - Igreja de Santa Eulália
Built: Late 13th – early 14th century.
Romanesque elements (transitional to gothic): The W façade, the N and S walls of the nave, and the N doorway.
Braga - Tibães - Mosteiro de São Martinho
Built: Late 12th century.
Romanesque elements: Some capitals and voussoirs.
Notes: The church was demolished in the 17th century and replaced by a Baroque one. The remaining elements are on display in the adjoining museum.
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b&w photos from “Arte Romanica em Portugal” by Joaquim de Vasconcellos / Marques Abreu, 1918,
published here with permission of the Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal (cópia digital disponível na Biblioteca Nacional Digital)