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Bragança is a Portuguese city, district capital of Bragança, Northern Region and sub-region of Alto Tras-os-Montes, with 20,309 m² in the city and 25 000 inhabitants in the urban center. It is headquarters to one of the Portuguese districts with the largest area, with 173.6 km ² and 35,341 habitants (2011),  divided into 49 parishes. The city is bordered to the north and east by Spain (Ourense and Zamora), the southeast by the Vimioso, southwest to Macedo de Cavaleiros and west by the Vinhais. Is the most northerly town in Portugal.
10 good reasons to visit Bragança
01- Bragança Castle and Military Museum
The Bragança Castle was built by D. Dinis and extended by D. João I to better defend the border streak. In the center of the four cylindrical towers of the castle, stands the Menage Tower. The walls include 15 turrets and three door, and are crowned by a patrol path.
The Menage Tower, also known as the Princess Tower, hidden mysteries of a secular love. Legend has it that this tower lived a princess that fell in love by a young boy commoner. Uncle Princess did not admit reconciliations between economic classes. The young man left the promise of making wealth and return to marry his beloved. After 10 years without return of the young man's uncle Princess tried to marry it with a friend. Princess to refuse was locked in the tower as punishment, where remained until the end of his days waiting for your loved one never returned.
Currently days the Military Museum works on the premises of Menage Tower.
02- Domus Municipalis
Pentagonal shape, it is believed that this curious building can treat yourself century XII and could have served in this case as town hall or meeting place of the influential men of the county.
Anyway, is a unique building in the Iberian peninsula.
03- São Bento Church
Belonged to the former convent of St. Benedict, founded in the sixteenth century. To enhance the wealth of eighteenth century gilt in Mudejar ceiling of the chancel and two small side altars.
04- Cathedral Church
The Cathedral Church Bragança date of the XVI century. Its foundation is due to the Duke D. Theodosius and the Chamber. Over a period of time was occupied by Jesuit priests that al set up a school. After the expulsion of the Jesuits, the Sé reverted to the crown and was later donated to miltra of Miranda, and later transferred to Bragança. In its architecture is to emphasize its Renaissance portal with baroque influences.
05 - Abade de Baçal Museum
The Abade Baçal Museum, is a regonal museum works, art, archaeological pieces and mumísticas of Bragança. The Museum was established in 1915 by Father Francisco Manuel Alves, who, in 1935 becomes his patron.
The Collection of the Museum integrates much of the booty from the Bishop's Palace, which stands to own chapel.
In its collections, we can see part of the Romanization of parts, charters Manueline, masks collections, caretos facts, religious pieces and works of painters such as Silva Porto, José Malhoa, Aurélia de Sousa and Veloso Salgado.
06 - Mask and Costume Museum
The Museum of the Mask and Costume is integrated in the project "Masks", the Museum of Iberian Mask and Costume.
Inaugurated on February 24, 2007, the museum aims to preserve and promote the identity and culture of the people of this border region, united by millennia of history.
It comprises costumes and masks characteristic of certain Winter Festivals and Carnival of Tras-os-Montes, Lazarim and Zamora district, allowing the visitor to contact at any time of the year, with a multiplicity of parties, characters and rituals, only elements of our culture.
07 - Traditonal Market
Located in the heart of Bragança, in full Historical Center, you can find many types of products and souvenirs to take with you and do not forget the wonders of this Trasmontana gem that is Bragança.
08 - Graça Morais Cultural Center
The Contemporary Art Centre, opened in June 2008, comes from the agreement signed in February 1999 between the municipalities of Bragança and Zamora.
With a strong focus on culture as modernization and competitiveness factor, the project was designed with the prospect of closer cultural relations between the two cities, making them able to implement the concept of Transboundary Cultural Complex, thereby integrating them in national roadmaps and international.
09 - São Francisco Church
Temple Conventual of major Romanesque origin, was rebuilt in the century. XVII. Legend has it that were created in the sight of S. Francico of Assisi in one of his pilgrimages to Santiago de Compostela, Queen Isabel gave him valuable protection for being the first convent that visited to enter Portugal, the coming kingdom Aragon to meet D. Dinis. The Chapel of Our Lady of Conception is richly decorated in gilt.
10 - Gastronomy of Bragança
Bragança has great recognition in its gastronomy, highlighting the Butelo with chasubles, the Posta Roasted Veal na Brasa, the Lamb Roast, the Boar in the pot, the cock in the pot and the smoked meat. There are many restaurants in Bragança preparing these delicacies including Restaurate of Hotel São Lázaro.