District of Coimbra
Photos Vasconcellos / Marques Abreu (1918)           Coimbra - São Bartolomeu - Igreja de Santiago
Built: Started 1162 – concluded late 12th or early 13th century.
Romanesque elements: Mostly intact; all but the N portal and the S chapel, after restorations in the late 19th century and in the 1960s, the latter described in the DGEMN Boletim . Early gothic cloister.
Photos Vasconcellos / Marques Abreu (1918)   Coimbra - Sé Nova - Igreja de São Salvador
Built: 12th century (1206 year of consecration).
Romanesque elements: Mostly intact after extensive restorations in 1908 and in the 1940s, as described in the DGEMN Boletim ; half the chancel and half the S chapel have disappeared.
Photo Vasconcellos / Marques Abreu (1918) Soure - Soure - Capela de São Pedro da Várzea
Built: 12th century.
Romanesque elements: A large part of the nave, the S chapel, the arches of the chancel and the N chapel.
Romanesque elements: The chancel arch, which dates from the 12th century and was possibly re-used from another church.