deux belles photos, avec une préférence pour la deuxième et ces belles lumières sous les arches
Thank God it survived. This church and the ceiling especially are gorgeous.
Que igreja maravilhosa, o teto é deslumbrante e as colunas também!Lindissima!Léia
How do you do this?! The ceiling picture is truly amazing.
Magnificent details and dramatic colors. Wonderful compositions, nicely done!
Quando for em Lisboa usarei teu blog como guia.Que linda esta igreja, parece que o teto foi betumado por cima da pintura. Esse tom preto parece betume.Fantástico!
Estão realmente óptimas, um grande abraço
I can see that there is a lot to see iside this church. All those paintings must tell a story. This is a wonderful historic building.
It is absolutely stunning JM! I love seeing that pipe organ up there.
Utterly stupendous! I simply can't imagine having places to visit in my hometown that look like this and date so far back. Is that ceiling made of wood? I think I see long lines that remind me of a hardwood floor. If so, is that common?
It's a marvellous church, JM!
Just look at this amazing ceiling. JM, you have an abundance of riches and beauty in your area.
Oh what a beautiful place to worship. Thankfully it survived the quake. These are wonderful photographs JM.V
What a ceiling!
A beautiful church and, it seems, very well built!
An absolute beauty. It looks so dark in the first photo and so bright in the second one!
Isn't this church an absolute beauty!
It's hard to imagine that this place was here at the time of Martin Luther! Talk about living history. And it is truly a gorgeous building. But, again, your photos are so good and they show it off so well."Sao" means "saint" in English. A rogue is a rather nasty character in our language. Was there a St. Rogue? I guess I'll have to spend some time with my ol' friend, Google.
Okay, I shouldn't ask you all those questions until after I have done some research...The site of the church was where victims of the plague were buried...St. Roch was considered the Holy Protector from the Plague. Sometimes the Internet is a wonderful thing!
Ficaram fantásticas! Fabuloso este sitio:)
How majestic construction that I've never seen. w(ﾟoﾟ;w(ﾟoﾟ)w;ﾟoﾟ)wAmazing gold sculpture gives me a sense of being overwhelmed. Thank you for sharing the treasured place !!
Rococo with a capital R. I suppose these churches were designed to inspire awe in the illiterate but they still make a strong impression today.
truly a magnificent achievement.
Incredible, the artistry here is so impressive. And I don't know how a building like this survives a major earthquake!
All the dark wood give this such a dramatic fee. So beautiful.
A majestic building! Incredibly beautiful and your capture is awesome as always! Hope your week is going well!Sylvia
The ornate buildings in your part of the world make just about everywhere in Australia seem spartan.
These shots, this place - just stunning!
Some gorgeous photos of a heavenly church! Lisbon seems to be a jewelry box of beautiful churches and palaces! Yes, let's meet in 2013 in Lisbon - are you a good tour guide?
The church is gorgeous. The pipe organ acoustics is gorgeous too, I am sure.
Fotos magnificas! E que riqueza na decoração dessa igreja!Vou ajuntar na lista das coisas pra ver para a próxima vez que aí vou! ***Feliz fim de semana****
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