In Portugal only a handful of more or less intact pre-romanesque – mainly mozarabic – churches remains.
In several more recent churches some pre-romanesque elements, mostly decorated stones like friezes or capitals, were reused (see also the themes and comparisons page).
Photo Vasconcellos / Marques Abreu (1918) Carrazeda de Ansiães - Lavandeira - Igreja de São João Baptista
Built: 9th – 10th century.
Notes: Opinions differ on whether some parts date from an older, 7th century visigothic building.
Built: 11th century. The chancel was rebuilt in the 15th century.Idanha-a-Nova - Idanha-a-Velha - Catedral
Notes: It might be better to consider this church to be "first romanesque" rather than pre-romanesque.
Built: 6th – 7th century, with several additions and alterations in later centuries.Lamego - Sé - Capela de São Pedro de Balsemão
Photos Vasconcellos / Marques Abreu (1918)    Oliveira do Hospital - Lourosa - Igreja de São Pedro
Built: Opinions differ on whether the chapel is mainly visigothic or mozarabic, and consequently on whether it dates from the 7th or 10th century.