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The main feature of the city is essentially the Monastery that proudly presents a long and sombre faÃ§ade with 18th Century embellishments. This austerity is further emphasized in the cloisters with its apt name of "Cloister of Silence". In contrast within the Abbey is the massive kitchen with a running stream specially diverted to pass through as a supply of fresh water. The open area of the kitchen chimney is large enough to take a whole ox for roasting. The surround to the sacristy doorway is an outstanding example of Manueline decoration. In 1794, Lord Beckford visited the Abbey and commented that he found some 300 monks "living in a very splendid manner"!
AlcobaÃ§a (Portuguese pronunciation: [aÉ«kuËˆbasÉ]) is a municipality and a city in the district of Leiria and subregion Oeste, in Portugal, formerly included in the province of Estremadura. The city grew along the valleys of the rivers Alcoa and BaÃ§a, from which it derives its name. The municipality has a total population of 55,269 inhabitants and a total area of 408.1 kmÂ². The city itself has a population of 6,232 inhabitants. The city of AlcobaÃ§a became notable after the first king of Portugal, Afonso Henriques, decided to build there a church to celebrate the conquest of SantarÃ©m to the Moors, in 1147. The church later evolved into the Monastery of AlcobaÃ§a, one of the most magnificent gothic monuments in the country. In the church are the tombs of King Peter I and his murdered mistress InÃªs de Castro. Over the centuries this monastery had an important role on Portuguese culture. A few kilometers to the north of AlcobaÃ§a is located the Monastery of Batalha, another wondrous gothic building constructed in memory of a different important battle, that of Aljubarrota. To the west of AlcobaÃ§a is the well-known former fishing village of NazarÃ© ,now a town. To the south is the city of Caldas da Rainha and the quaint medieval town of Ã“bidos that is an attraction for any tourists that enjoys a true glimpse of the past. Also to the northeast is the town of Porto de MÃ³s with its fanciful rebuilt castle.
* Postal code - 2460 * Altitude - 42 m * Distances: * Lisbon - 109 km * SantarÃ©m - 59 km * Leiria - 40 km
A town that only became notable in the 12th century when it became the site for the construction of Portugal's largest church. In the month of March in 1147 the fledgling King, Dom Afonso Henriques, defeated the Moors by capturing the city of SantarÃ©m. As a suitable memory to this splendid victory he vowed to build a magnificent home for the Order of Cistercians. It took another 76 years before this task was completed. The monarchy continued to endow the Monastery of AlcobaÃ§a with further construction and 60 years later King Dinis built the main cloister but it was only in 1252 that the Monastery was inaugurated within the church. In the church are the tombs of King Peter I and his murdered mistress InÃªs de Castro and with it the story of the tragic liaison between Pedro and his ever-lasting love for InÃªs. Forced at an early age by royal duty he had to marry Constanza, the Infanta (Princess) of Castile. She died within a short time of the marriage ceremony and created the opportunity for Dom Pedro to escape with his true love and live in the city of Coimbra. King Afonso IV his father, believing that the family of InÃªs to be a threat to his own kingdom had her murdered. Shortly after the death of his father Dom Pedro declared that he had married InÃªs in a prior secret ceremony in BraganÃ§a, promptly taking revenge on the killers in a very gruesome manner and exhumed her body. He presented the embalmed corpse at court with a crown on her head and demanded that all his courtiers kneel and individually pay homage to her decomposed hand. Today, their ornate tombs face each other so that on Judgment Day his first sight would be of his beloved InÃªs. During the following centuries the monks from this monastery had an influencing effect on Portuguese culture. Notably, in 1269 they were the first to give public lessons to their flock, and later they produced the authoritative history on Portugal in a series of books. In 1810 the invading French pillaged the Abbey taking with them most of the many treasures including a noteworthy library. Whatever the items remaining were then later stolen in 1834 during an anti-clerical riot and the extinction of religious Orders in Portugal.
* AlcobaÃ§a music festival - May * Saint Bernard's fair - August 20 * Municipal holiday - August 20 * Saint Simon's fair - 4th week of October * Market days - Every Monday * International display of Sweets and Conventual Liqueurs - November
A few kilometers to the north of AlcobaÃ§a is another wondrous building constructed in memory of a different important battle, that of Aljubarrota in 1385, when Dom JoÃ£o I defeated the Castilians and ensuring two hundred years of independence from the Spanish invaders. The construction of the Abbey at Batalha commenced in 1388 and was added to by various Portuguese Kings over these next two centuries. To the east of Batalha is the world famous location of FÃ¡tima and a point of pilgrimage for the Roman Catholic religion due to the vision of the Virgin Mary in 1917 by three young children whilst tending their flock. To the west of AlcobaÃ§a is the well-known fishing village of NazarÃ©. Today, the village is now a small town and a popular holiday resort with most of its past and traditions having rapidly evaporated in the course of time. A very successful Portuguese feature film was made in the early 20th Century that dramatically captured the primitive and dangerous life of these fishermen. Stoutly Catholic, the inhabitants have retained some of their past as can be still seen in their own particular style of costume. To the south is Caldas da Rainha and the quaint medieval town of Ã“bidos that is an attraction for any tourists that enjoys a true glimpse of the past. Also to the south is the town of Porto de MÃ³s with its fanciful rebuilt castle. This town borders the Nature Reserve Parque Natural das Serras de Aire e Candeeiros. These 390 square kilometres of limestone-covered landscape is also known for its underground caverns. The most well known being the Grutas de Mira de Aire can be visited and consists of tunnels, caverns with stalactites, stalagmites, lakes, and a music and light finale.
* AlcobaÃ§a * AlfeizerÃ£o * Alpedriz * BÃ¡rrio * Benedita * Cela * Coz * Ã‰vora de AlcobaÃ§a * Maiorga * MartinganÃ§a * Montes * Pataias * Aljubarrota-Prazeres * SÃ£o Martinho do Porto * Aljubarrota-SÃ£o Vicente * Turquel * Vestiaria * Vimeiro
* AlcobaÃ§a IPR * Comunidade urbana do Oeste