District of Bragança
Built: First half 13th century.Bragança - Espinhosela - Igreja de Santo Estêvão
Romanesque elements: The chancel and its N and S chapels. The rest of the original church was never built.
Built: Early(?) 14th century.Bragança - Quintanilha, Veigas - Igreja de São Vicente
Romanesque elements: Only the chancel arch.
Built: Second half 13th century.Bragança - Santa Maria - Igreja de São Francisco
Romanesque elements: The N and S portals, the chancel arch and the font.
Built: Mid 13th century.
Romanesque elements: Part of the chancel. Interior t.b.a.
Built: Late 12th century.Carrazeda de Ansiães - Lavandeira - Igreja de São Salvador
Romanesque elements: Part of the exterior the chancel. Nothing in the interior.
Built: Mid 13th century.Macedo de Cavaleiros - Edroso - Igreja de Santa Marinha
Romanesque elements: Mostly intact. Some elements, like several corbels of the nave, date from the restoration carried out by the DGEMN in the 1940s.
Built: The present church is 16th century, replacing an older one.Mirandela - Abambres - Igreja de São Tomé
Romanesque elements: The panels in the S wall of the nave and possibly the font.
Notes: The panels were probably part of a 13th century tomb.
Built: ?Torre de Moncorvo - Adeganha - Igreja de Santiago Maior
Romanesque elements: ?
Notes: Both SIPA and DGPC consider this church to be romanesque, however this is quite doubtful for several reasons – among others the absence of corbels, the appearance of the portals and the absence of historical documentation on when the church was built.
Built: Late 13th – early 14th century.Vinhais - Vinhais - Igreja de São Facundo
Romanesque elements (transitional to gothic): The exterior of both the nave and part of the chancel. Interior t.b.a.
Built: 13th century.
Romanesque elements: Part of the N wall of the nave including traces of the N portal, part of the W façade. Probably nothing in the interior.