History “Beyond-the-Tejo”

Évora in the Roman Era was the municipality of Liberalitas Julia.

In the Islamic period, the city was large and populous.

In 1165 it was integrated into the kingdom of Portugal, being one of the great urban centers in the south of the country.


In Largo dos Colegiais, Porta de Moura and the memorial to the Constable we can hear the characters from the Revolution of 1383-85 and Windsor Treaty times

The Revolution of 1383-85

Preparing for Battle!


In the 14th century a new stone medieval wall of Évora was built and at the end of the 15th century the population would be around 10,000 inhabitants, making it one of the largest cities in the Kingdom of Portugal.

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