The Domus Municipalis is located in the back part of the city of Bragança. It’s part of the pentagonal building (12th century) which is the oldest town hall in Portugal, and one of the few examples of civil architecture from Romanesque times in the Iberian peninsula. It’s façade it’s occupied by small half-point windows, and under the roof, it’s surrounded by a frissé with sculpted modillions.
The interior is composed of a vast room, and in its basement, an ancient water cistern. Almost annexed to the western wall there is a building located in the Church of Santa María do Castelo from the 16th century.
Ciudadela de Bragança.
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