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Muralha Fernandina, Porto District
Categories: Landmarks, Tourist Spots
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Крепостная стена Фернандина была построена в XIV веке, для защиты города и горожан Порту от внешних набегов врагов и завоевателей. К сожалению, до наших дней сохранились лишь некоторые фрагменты этой ... read more »Fernandina wall was built in the 14th century, to protect the town and townspeople Port from external attacks enemies and conquerors. Unfortunately, up to the present day survived only some fragments of this great medieval wall. The surviving fragments of this grandiose structures with 1926 year listed national heritage monuments in Portugal. There is an assumption that the total number of towers in this defence construction was about 30, and gates and passageways at least 15.show original
Como ter se transportado para outro tempo. Uma pequena parte das antigas muralhas do porto, com uma grande e linda vista. Para chegar a muralha, passa por um pátio da Igreja Santa Clara, sobe alguns d... read more »How have transported to another time. A small part of the ancient walls of the port, with a large and beautiful view. To reach the wall, passing through a courtyard of the Church Santa Clara, up some stone steps, you can walk all over the wall extension. The site is not free, but worth it for its beauty, for the view of the harbor. For those who love photos and story can't lose. Open until 5:00 pmshow original
La muraille Fernandina fut construite au 14ème siècle pour protéger la ville de Porto des invasions espagnoles. Il n'en reste que quelques parties dont celle qui longe le funiculaire de Guindais.The Fernandina wall was built in the 14th century to protect the city of Porto of the Spanish invasions. There are only a few parts which one that runs the funicular of Guindais.show original
Worth going but the entrance is indeed a bit difficult to find. You have to enter the pateo of Igreja de Santa Clara (in the Southeast corner of praça 1º de Dezembro) and then walk a bit further around the church building.
Great views but a little difficult to find he entrance.
Nice views. Worth going.
best view of Porto!! not many people know the place, so it's perfect because is not turistic! and to go there you have to pass through a beautifull church!!
Vistas fantásticas Vale a pena passar por lá
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