Other sight seeing
- the Museu Arqueológico open-air archaeological museum is not only free but puts the ruined Counts of Barcelos Palace to good use. It’s open to the skies and overlooks Barcelinhos across the river as well as a 15th century manor house. The exhibits in this museum are made of stone and tiles and continue to withstand the elements centuries after they were made. This is where you’ll find the stone Crucifix to the Lord of the Rooster (Cruzeiro do Senhor do Galo) which was erected by the poor fellow who only escaped death because of a rooster.
- the pottery museum, Museu de Olaria. Barcelos has inspired many varieties of ceramics and pottery over the years, from earthenware pots to bushy-eyebrowed ladies.
- the Nossa Senhora do Terço church
- the Centro do Artesanato de Barcelos (handicrafts centre)
- royal palace with gothic pelourinho
- ruins of the Igreja Matriz, 13th century church
- campo da Republica: the Igreja do Senhor da Cruz ( baroque), the Nossa Senhora do Terço (azulejos)
- castelo de Barcelos
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