Jesuit College in Alvor, Portimão, Algarve, Portugal
It was built in 1660 by Diogo Gonçalves, noble enriched in the East, which has polychrome marble tomb inside the church.
The Jesuit College is a building feature of Portuguese architecture of the sixteenth century with a facade decorated by three bodies, the biggest being the entrance of the church.
The Church has side chapels and galleries, which are decorated with carved and gilded paintings. Came to be chosen by the Marquis of Pombal to be a new cathedral in the Algarve, but the project never materialized. Address: Praça da República, 28
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