Santuario de Nossa Senhora de Aires, Viana do Alentejo
(4.7/5 based on 15+ reviews on the web)
Santuario de Nossa Senhora de Aires is located in Viana do Alentejo. Plan to visit Santuario de Nossa Senhora de Aires during your Viana do Alentejo vacation using our convenient Viana do Alentejo family vacation planner.
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  • I'm biased because my actual relationship with this site is too much. But I will try to be impartial. The shrine is beautiful, in the middle of nowhere, close to Viana do Alentejo. No doubt that on the outside needed a restoration and care. Still, it's worth the visit. Inside beautiful and unexpected. A small church and cozy, with a beautiful altar and access to some halls with thousands of photographs and offerings. To visit our Lady of Aires worth it.
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  • Although small is very cute as much outside as inside, in my little visit to my 3 year old daughter loves it.
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  • For those who enjoy meet churches, this Valley certainly worthwhile! I advise visiting the halls with thousands of photographs hung on the walls, left by believers and the faithful. Gives a historical air, because there are very old photos. These future pictures displayed and posted, in a Museum in the same location.
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