Cathedral of Vila Real

The Cathedral of Vila Real (Portuguese: Sé de Vila Real), also known as the Church of St. Dominic (Portuguese: Igreja de São Domingos) is a Roman Catholic cathedral in Vila Real, Portugal. It is the seat of the Diocese of Vila Real.

It was built in 1424 as a convent by Dominican monks from Guimaraes, and is an example of Gothic architecture. Since 19 February 1926, it is classified as a National Monument.[1]


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Coordinates: 41°17′47″N 7°44′48″W / 41.2963°N 7.7466°W / 41.2963; -7.7466

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