The district of Évora is both High Alentejo’s largest city and capital. On these golden plains, you can find ancient Megalithic stone circles and Roman ruins to explore. Évora tourism does not focus on one aspect of the city. Évora attractions are diverse. Major Évora sights include the ancient walls that enclose the historical center of the city as well as the modern shopping district. There is the life of the University and the preserved columns of the old Roman Temple. You can visit the Chapel of Bones, the 12th century Basilica Cathedral with its conical towers and Museum of Sacred Art. You can also admire the Palace of the Duke of Cadaval or the 16th century granite church of Our Lady of Grace. Other things to do in Évora include walking in the Public Gardens. You can also go shopping in the town square for hand-painted bowls. The bowls are characteristic expressions of one aspect of Évora culture.
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