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Viseu Cathedral is a Latin cross church with a three-aisled nave, transept and three Eastern chapels. The main façade is flanked by two towers. The outer, lateral walls of the church have a heavy, menacing appearance, typical of Portuguese mediaeval cathedrals, being partially decorated with merlons. In the interior, all aisles are of approximately equal height, resembling a hall church. The stone rib vaulting is supported by massive pillars and was built between 1505 and 1513, being an outstanding example of Manueline architecture. Some ribs of the roof (liernes) are shaped like twisted ropes and knots, typical Manueline decorative motifs

Jörg, kiiti, John FitzGerald, Fred Fouarge and 14 other people have particularly liked this photo

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 William Sutherland
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Stunning interior capture! Stay well!

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J.Garcia club
Bela e grandiosa
Gosto, Zé
16 months ago.
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Good work... Have a great new week, and stay well.
16 months ago.
 Ulrich John
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That’s a beautiful interior shot, José ! Thanks for showing ! Wish you a very nice week ahead !
16 months ago.
 Roger (Grisly)
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Trememdous interior image Jose

Thank you for posting in the group
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 Trudy Tuinstra
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very good
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 John FitzGerald
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A striking capture.
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