Church of St. Sebastião

  •   Lagos, Algarve, Portugal

Built in the 14th and 16th centuries on the site of a former chapel, it was damaged in 1755. It has a plain façade, dominated by an imposing bell tower. At the side entrance there is a profusely decorated renaissance doorway and two interesting figures, a man and a woman, on the corners.

Church of St. Sebastião

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