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It is indeed a most striking blue-and-white-tiled façade of Baroque-Rococo architectural style that will draw you to it like a magnet. It's worth spending a few minutes admiring the exterior before venturing inside. There's a showcase of objects from the hospital which once was here,...More
At least for now it's still free so I would suggest to take a look at the inside. The expositions are not that impressive, to be honest. But if you like Roman Catholic religion history you will find it very good. Lot's of reliquaries and...More
It was a scorching June afternoon that took me here in my strolling around Braga almost by chance, I was yearning for a cool place to rest for a little while. The palace -also known as Casa do Mexicano- has a cute façade and it...More
The blue tiles really stand out on this building - both inside and out. I believe the museum is free - I was able to enter on a walking tour. The most interesting items were the small painted statues with pieces of bone set into...More
Nicely decorated palace with the traditional blue tiles on the facade. Free entrance inside to have a look at different expositions. When we went there were statues of saints containing parts of their allegedly original bones!
Otherwise known as The House of the Mexican, built in 1754-55 is stunningly beautiful in its purple glory.
It is cited that this main door and balcony are the finest examples of BRAGA civil architecture.
Easily accessible on a through traffic side street!