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Santarem is located in the Municipality with the same name in Portugal. Not only does the city form its own municipality, but Santarem also plays the role of the capital for the District. On March 19, the city of Santarem celebrates its day through numerous events. The population in Santarem reaches approximately 64,125 inhabitants.

Top Attractions within Santarem

The Garca Church is one of the spectacular Gothic constructions that can be seen in Santarem and which have brought the city the name of the "Capital of the Portuguese Gothic". The beautiful church is easily recognizable, although it is placed on a narrow street, due to the fact that the round shaped stained glass on its facade is absolutely amazing. The inside of the church will also impress you. It was built in the period of the 14th to the 15th centuries.

The Old Castle of Santarem is also called Porta do Sol and it can be seen on a high slope over the nearby Tagus River. The remains of the castle are mainly its towers and its walls, but there are still visible ruins of what the castle once really was. More to this, the surrounding garden is a place of great beauty, in which numerous people simply come to stroll and to relax. You may opt for a garden tour in order to admire the local flora as well.

The Cabacas Tower is a defensive tower of the city of Santarem, dating back to Medieval times and being a part of the city walls. The remains of these are one of the landmarks of the city, but the tower is probably the most impressive one. Today, it houses the Time Museum, which is based on the idea of time measurement over the years.

The Cathedral of Santarem is another religious monument that can be seen in the city. It was built in the 17th century, which also gives it a certain historic value in addition to the religious one. Mannerist and Baroque influences can be seen in the interior decorations of the church.