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Amarante - Freixo de Baixo - Igreja do Salvador
Photos Vasconcellos / Marques Abreu (1918)  [1]  [2]  [3]
Built: Early 13th century.
Romanesque elements: The W façade and the lower part of the walls of the nave and the chancel, after restoration in the 1950s, as described in the DGEMN Boletim [92]. The tower dates from the 14th century.
Amarante - Gatão - Igreja de São João Baptista
Built: Second half 13th century.
Romanesque elements: The chancel and the lower part of the N and S walls of the nave, after restoration in the 1950s, as described in the DGEMN Boletim [63].
Amarante - Gondar - Igreja de Santa Maria aka Igreja Velha
Built: Early 14th century.
Romanesque elements (transitional to gothic): Mostly intact; all but the chancel arch and the E wall of the chancel.
Amarante - Jazente - Igreja de Santa Maria
Photo Vasconcellos / Marques Abreu (1918)  [1]
Built: Late 13th century.
Romanesque elements (transitional to gothic): Mostly intact.
Amarante - Lufrei - Igreja do Salvador
Built: T.b.a. (early 14th century?)
Romanesque elements (transitional to gothic): Mostly intact.
Amarante - Mancelos - Igreja de São Martinho
Built: Mid 13th century.
Romanesque elements: The narthex, the nave and part of the chancel.
Amarante - Real - Igreja do São Salvador
Built: Early 14th century.
Romanesque elements (transitional to gothic): The W façade, part of the N and S walls of the nave, traces of the S portal.
Amarante - Telões - Igreja de Santo André
Built: Second half 13th century.
Romanesque elements: Mostly intact, apart from several new windows and doorways.
Amarante - Travanca - Mosteiro do Salvador
 
Photos Vasconcellos / Marques Abreu (1918)  [1]  [2]  [3]  [4]  [5]  [6]
Built: Second half 12th – first half 13th century.
Romanesque elements: Mostly intact; all but the E half of the chancel, albeit after restoration in the 1930s, as described in the DGEMN Boletim [15].
Baião - Ancede - Mosteiro de Santo André
Built: 13th century.
Romanesque elements: Only part of the E wall of the chancel including a rose window.
Baião - Ovil - Igreja de São João
Built: T.b.a.
Romanesque elements: Unsure if there ever was a romanesque church, but somehow part of a frieze ended up in the N wall. It resembles the ones in Águas Santas and Almacave, among others.
Felgueiras - Airães - Igreja de Santa Maria
Built: Late 13th – early 14th century.
Romanesque elements (transitional to gothic): The W façade, the chancel and the upper part of the N and S walls of the original nave.
Felgueiras - Borba de Godim - Igreja de São Miguel aka Igreja Velha
Built: Early 14th century.
Romanesque elements: The nave with the S and part of the W portals, and the lower part of the chancel.
Felgueiras - Pombeiro - Mosteiro de Santa Maria
Photos Vasconcellos / Marques Abreu (1918)  [1]  [2]  [3]  [4]  [5]  [6]
Built: First half 13th century.
Romanesque elements: The W portal and rose window, the structure of the nave (many capitals were cut), and the N and S chapels.
Felgueiras - Santão - Igreja de Santo Adrião aka Igreja Velha
Built: 13th century.
Romanesque elements: Mostly intact; all but the chancel arch.
Felgueiras - Sousa - Igreja de São Vicente
Photos Vasconcellos / Marques Abreu (1918)  [1]  [2]
Built: Early 13th century (1214 year of consecration).
Romanesque elements: The nave with the W, S and N portals, and the lower part of the chancel. The capitals of the original chancel arch serve as benches in the neighbour’s garden.
Felgueiras - Unhão - Igreja do Divino Salvador
Photos Vasconcellos / Marques Abreu (1918)  [1]  [2]  [3]
Built: First quarter 13th century.
Romanesque elements: The W façade and part of the walls of the nave.
Felgueiras - Unhão - Capela de Gradim
Built: Late 13th – early 14th century.
Romanesque elements (transitional to gothic): Intact.
Felgueiras - Vila Cova da Lixa - Igreja do Divino Salvador
Built: First half 13th century (1238 year of consecration).
Romanesque elements: The lower E part of the walls of the nave including the S portal, and part of the chancel.
Felgueiras - Vila Verde - Igreja de São Mamede
Built: 13th century
Romanesque elements: Mostly intact; all but the chancel arch.
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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)