Santa Maria da Graça Church (See Setubal)
Largo de Santa Maria
N38º31’27’’ | W8º53’17’’
Originally built in the XIII century, in Roman-Gothic style , was rebuilt in the XVI century. Two towers, tall and robustas, skirt the imposing facade, with an entry in a "serliano" portal . Inside the temple the highlights are the columns of the Tuscan order, with frescoes by the late XVIII century, the ceiling of the second half of the XVIII century, the side altars, the gilded woodwork of the main chapel and the tiles on the end of that century.