Convento de Monfurado
If you've been to Portugal before, you must have noticed: the different variations of colors, styles and materials that make Portuguese architecture truly atypical and unique.
Palacio de Maiorca
Roman, Muslim, Romanesque and Gothic influences marked the country as did movements in Europe during the Renaissance, Baroque and Rococo periods. But the most typical architectural styles of Portugal are the Manueline or Pombalian styles and later estado novo. Today, there are archaeological collections, medieval towns and cities, castles, palaces, monasteries, aqueducts, mansions and even businesses which are unfortunately abandoned.
Mosteiro de Santa Maria de Seiça
Indeed, the country has a very rich architecture, with a history which concerns the whole world. Between wars, invasions, conquests, colonizations, dictatorships and revolutions, the country has left behind him a great history but also great monuments, more than fifteen being placed in the heritage of UNESCO, whereas the others are known touristic sites and maintained. However, others are still totally abandoned and unknown in some areas.
Igreja aldea de Safira
Montemor-o-velho / manor
The agency participates in heritage protection through its agents located all over the country. They set out to conquer these famous lost or abandoned properties in order to identify, evaluate and promote them to our international clients. DE BRITO Properties is now developing a communication campaign on networks with the general public to raise awareness.