The Igreja de Santa Maria Maior or Catedral Sé Patriarcal is the oldest and most important church in Lisboa, Portugal. It was built from 1147 on and was hit by the two earthquakes in 1344 and 1755. It contains elements of different classic styles (Romanesque, Gothic, Baroque) and has a wonderful rose window in its front portal.
Attached to the church you will find a cloister that you can visit for an entrance fee. The church is a national monument and it was built on the grounds of a former mosque from Arab times.
Catedral Sé Patriarcal
Largo da Sé