Hotel dom fernando
Why stay at Dom Fernando Hotel?
All rooms at Dom Fernando Hotel are decorated in a modern style with a touch of traditional Alentejo detail, and are equipped with satellite TV, radio and telephone. Most rooms have a private balcony or terrace.
How far is hotel Dom Fernando from the center of Évora?
How far is Hotel Dom Fernando from the center of Évora? Hotel Dom Fernando is 2,300 feet from the center of Évora. Does Hotel Dom Fernando have a restaurant on site? Is Hotel Dom Fernando popular with families?
How far is Dom Fernando from the chapel of bones?
Hotel Dom Fernando is less than a mile away from Igreja Real de Sao Francisco and the Chapel of Bones. Évora Railway Station is less than 10 minutes walk away. Free public on-site parking is possible.
What is the history of the chapel of bones?
A 16th century chapel decorated with bones, skulls, and entire bodies hanging from the wall. Inscription above the Bone Chapel entrance: We bones, are here, waiting for yours.. The Chapel of Bones in Évora, Portugal, is part of the larger Royal Church of St. Francis, and was constructed by Franciscan monks in the late 16th century.
How do you get to the bone chapel in Lisbon?
The bone chapel is located at the back of the church and, to get to it, you’ll need to go through the Nossa Senhora do Carmo church. The church itself isn’t quite as interesting, but is still worthy of a visit and you entrance covers both the Nossa Senhora do Carmo and the Capela dos Ossos.
Why is the bone chapel in Faro so unusual?
That’s why the bone chapel in Faro is so unusual. There are famous bone chapels in Czechia (the Sedlec Ossuary), Serbia (the skull tower of Nis), and Poland (Kaplica Czaszek), but these are all cold and dark places – the kind of places you’d expect to find a bone chapel. The bone chapel in Faro isn’t the only bone chapel in Portugal.
What is the chapel of bones in St Francis?
The church dedicated to St. Francis, which hides the famous Chapel of Bones. T he gothic St. Francis Church is even more famous than the citys cathedral, thanks to its mesmerizing Chapel of Bones. Carefully-arranged skulls and bones of about 5000 people cover walls and columns, as 17th-century monks decided to display them.