This little church was destroyed by the earthquake of 1755 and was rebuilt in the following years.
I have no idea if St. Antony, Lisbon's saint, actually lived where the church now stands, or if it's just a myth, but so many locals worship this place as if it is.
The church's lovely yet simple façade blends Baroque style with Neo-Classical style.
Don't miss the numerous brides and grooms who visit the church on their wedding day – for good luck.
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