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Evora Region, Portugal




The region of Evora is a World Heritage Site of UNESCO. The innumerous beautifully preserved historical monuments located here are appreciated by the tourists and is considered as one of the most visited destinations in Portugal.
All these historical evidences date from different historical age.

Location of Evora

Evora is located in the southern part of the country at 39° 30' N latitudes and 8° 00' W longitudes.

Tourist Destinations in Evora

The city is full of historical monuments and famous landmarks that belong to different periods of history.

Some of the most famous destinations of Evora are:
  • The Roman Temple of Diana is the most prominent attraction of Evora. A 10 ft high platform made of stone is the base of the temple. The temple is one of the best preserved Roman structure in Europe. It was built during the 2nd century.

  • There are several churches located across the city in all the regions. Santo Antao Church, Church of Sao Francisco and Graca Church are some popular churches in the city.

  • The cathedral towers are built in Roman as well as Gothic style is another popular tourist attraction in Evora.

  • The Sacred Art Museum and the City Museum display some of the outstanding historical evidences.

  • Porta da Moura Square is surrounded by architectures from the age of the Moors. At the centre of the square lay a typical sphere shaped mountain from the Renaissance period.
Evora accommodation is very versatile. There are various types of hotels available here offering outstanding services and exceptional facilities to their guests.


FAQs and Answers on History and Geography

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Bill Spicer Executive VP, MapXL
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  (408) 637-0064   bill@mapxl.com

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