São Pedro de Miragaia - Porto

São Pedro de Miragaia - Porto

The Igreja Paroquial de São Pedro de Miragaia (Parish church of St Peter) in Porto. This attractive Baroque church sits at the foot of Rua de Tomás Gonzaga, close to the river in a small square named after Saint Peter - the patron saint of fishermen.

This incarnation of the church dates back to the 18th century but the site is actually one of the oldest in Porto with several previous churches occupying the space.


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