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N S da Conceicao Church, Santarem

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N S da Conceicao Church, a Jesuit church dating back to the 17th century, is located in the historic center of the city. The well-preserved church, which serves as the city’s main cathedral, is dedicated to Our Lady of the Conception, the patron saint of Santarem. Inside this landmark building is a number of sacred images and paintings, representing the city’s rich cultural and artistic heritage. Right next door you can also visit the Sacred Art Museum, which faces the the iconic Tapajós River. The square in front of the church, a regular stop for guided tours, offers an unobstructed view of the river and the rest of this historic part of the city. Make N S da Conceicao Church a part of your Santarem vacation plans using our Santarem vacation trip planner.
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  • The town's history is intertwined with that of the Cathedral of our Lady of the conception. Worth knowing the Church and visit a museum right next door, Museum of sacred art.
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  • This Church looks like a painting, a picture to be painted. Is in the city center, giving a square, right on the edge of Santarém. The place is beautiful, the view of the meeting of the rivers Tapajós flows in Amazon is a SideShow. Preencie a beautiful wedding!
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  • This current Cathedral, consecrated in 1761, replaced the first permanent building in Santarem- also a Church - built in 1661. The Cathedral is simplicity itself, painted in a serene light blue on the...  more »