District of Vila Real
Built: 13th century.Chaves - Cimo de Vila de Castanheira - Igreja de São João Baptista
Romanesque elements: The E part of the nave, the lower part of the chancel (not the arch) and the reused corbels in the raised chancel walls.
Built: Late 13th – early 14th century.Chaves - Moreiras - Igreja de Santa Maria
Romanesque elements: Mostly intact.
Built: Late 13th(?) – 14th century.Chaves - Nogueira da Montanha - Igreja de São Miguel
Romanesque elements: The E part of the nave including the N and S portals.
Built: 13th century.Chaves - Outeiro Seco - Igreja da Nossa Senhora da Azinheira
Romanesque elements: Part of S wall of the nave including the S portal.
Built: Late 13th century.Chaves - Santa Maria Maior - Igreja matriz
Romanesque elements (transitional to gothic): Intact after restoration in the 1960s, as described in the DGEMN Boletim .
Built: Mid 13th century.Chaves - Santa Leocádia
Romanesque elements: The tower with its W portal.
Built: 12th century (?).Chaves - São Julião de Montenegro
Romanesque elements: The E part of the nave and the raised chancel.
Built: Second half 13th century.Chaves - Vale de Anta - Capela da Granjinha
Romanesque elements: All but the W façade.
Built: 13th century.Chaves - Vidago - Igreja da N. S. da Conceição
Romanesque elements: The W portal (re-used from an unknown other church) and the cross on the rooftop.
Built: Around 1940.Mondim de Basto - Atei - Igreja de São Pedro
Romanesque elements: Intact (neo-romanesque, that is!).
Notes: The church was built in the heyday of the restoration wave carried out by the DGEMN. The arches of the W portal are copies of Ferreira and Manhente, its tympanum much inspired by Cedofeita, its corbels copies of the cowheads of the Porto district, etc.
Built: Early(?) 14th century.Montalegre - Chã - Igreja de São Vicente
Romanesque elements: The nave with the W, N and S portals.
Built: 13th century.Montalegre - Pitões das Júnias - Mosteiro de Santa Maria
Romanesque elements: The W part of the exterior of the nave with the W portal.
Built: 12th – 13th century.Ribeira de Pena - Cerva - Igreja de São Pedro
Romanesque elements: The lower part of the nave with the W, N and S portals. Gothic chancel and cloister.
Built: Llate 13th – 14th century.Vila Pouca de Aguiar - Tresminas - Igreja de São Miguel
Romanesque elements: Part of the N and S walls of the nave.
Built: 14th century.Vila Real - Folhadela - Igreja de São Tiago
Romanesque elements (transitional to gothic): Mostly intact.
Built: Late 13th – 14th century.Vila Real - Mouçós - Igreja da N. S. de Guadalupe
Romanesque elements: The exterior of the chancel, and the N and S walls of the nave with traces of the portals.
Built: early 16th(!) century.Vila Real - Vila Marim - Igreja de Santa Marinha
Romanesque elements: Intact.
Notes: This church is probably best described as "early neo-romanesque".
Built: Late 13th – 14th century.
Romanesque elements: The exterior of the chancel, and the E part of the nave including traces of the N portal.