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Celorico de Basto - Arnóia - Mosteiro de São Bento
Built: 11th century (?).
Romanesque elements: Part of the N and S walls of both nave and chancel, and a tympanum in a storage room.
Celorico de Basto - Basto São Clemente
Built: 12th century.
Romanesque elements: The lower E end of the nave and the W part of the chancel, and in between the raised chancel arch.
Celorico de Basto - Fervença - Igreja do São Salvador
Built: Early 13th century.
Romanesque elements: The lower E end of the nave and all of the chancel.
Celorico de Basto - Gagos - Capela de Nossa Senhora da Goma
Built: Late 13th century.
Romanesque elements (transitional to gothic): The nave with the W portal and traces of the N portal.
Celorico de Basto - Ribas - Igreja do São Salvador
Built: Late 13th – early 14th century.
Romanesque elements (transitional to gothic): Intact.
Notes: Curiously, the chancel arch is shaped like a portal. The only other example of this is Tabuado.
Celorico de Basto - Veade - Igreja de Santa Maria
Built: Late 12th – early 13th century.
Romanesque elements: The N and S walls of the nave including the N and S portals.
Esposende - Marinhas - Igreja de São Miguel Arcanjo
Built: 13th century.
Romanesque elements: The corbels on the N wall of what nowadays is the sacristy.
Fafe - Arões - Igreja de São Romão
Photos Vasconcellos / Marques Abreu (1918)  [1]  [2]
Built: Early 13th century (1237 year of consecration).
Romanesque elements: The E part of the nave including the S portal (or at least its tympanum) and all of the chancel, after restoration in the 1940s, as described in the DGEMN Boletim [59]. The rest of the nave may be a more recent reconstruction. Several original decorated stones are on display in a wall next to church.
Fafe - Fareja - Igreja de São Martinho
Built: Late 13th century.
Romanesque elements (transitional to gothic): The W façade and part of the N and S walls of the nave.
Fafe - Ribeiros - Igreja de Santa Maria
Built: Late(?) 13th century.
Romanesque elements: Part of the N and S walls of the nave, and possibly the font.
Fafe - São Gens - Igreja de São Bartolomeu
Built: Late 12th century.
Romanesque elements: The lower part of the N and S walls of the nave, and the N and S portals. Interior t.b.a.
Guimarães - Candoso - Igreja de São Martinho
Built: 13th century.
Romanesque elements: The E part of the nave including the S portal, and the chancel.
Guimarães - Lordelo - Igreja de São João dos Calvos
Built: T.b.a.
Romanesque elements: Possibly this small church was built re-using the stones of another romanesque church (either its predecessor of from elsewhere).
Guimarães - Oliveira do Castelo - Colegiada
Built: Mid 13th century.
Romanesque elements: Part of the cloister including the entrance to the chapter house.
Guimarães - Oliveira do Castelo - Igreja de São Miguel
Photo Vasconcellos / Marques Abreu (1918)  [1]
Built: First half 13th century (1239 year of consecration). The font may be older.
Romanesque elements: Intact after restoration in the 1930s, as described in the DGEMN Boletim [20].
Guimarães - Polvoreira - Igreja de São Pedro
Built: Late 13th – early 14th century.
Romanesque elements (transitional to gothic): The nave with the W and S portals.
Guimarães - São Torcato
Built: 13th century.
Romanesque elements: Part of the N and S walls of the nave, a large part of the chancel (however not the arch), the exterior of the chapel N of the chancel. The chapel N of the nave is transitional to gothic.
Notes: The limestone frieze in the chancel originates from a previous, mozarabic church.
Guimarães - Serzedelo - Igreja de Santa Cristina
Photos Vasconcellos / Marques Abreu (1918)  [1]  [2]  [3]  [4]  [5]  [6]
Built: Mid 13th century.
Romanesque elements: Intact after restoration in the 1950s, as described in the DGEMN Boletim [96].
Guimarães - Serzedo - Igreja de São Miguel
Built: Late 13th century.
Romanesque elements (transitional to gothic): The W portal and part of the exterior of both nave and chancel.
Guimarães - Souto São Salvador
Built: 13th century.
Romanesque elements: Only part of the S wall of both nave and chancel.
Guimarães - Tabuadelo - Igreja Velha de São Cipriano
Built: Late 13th – early 14th century.
Romanesque elements: The lower E part of the nave, and the chancel.
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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)