*Following the new confinement rules, we inform you that the Anadia Palace will be closed to the public as from Friday 15th. Follow us on social networks and on-line. Until we can see each other again, be safe and well.
A magnificent example of the baroque eighteenth century in Portugal.
At the beginning of the 19th century, the Palace of Mangualde was known as the “House of Paes do Amaral” but it came to be known as the “Palace of Anadia”, due to the marriage of Manuel Paes de Sá do Amaral de Almeida e Vasconcelos Quifel Barbarino, Lord of the House of Paes do Amaral, to D. Maria Luiza de Sá Pereira de Menezes de Melo Sotomayor, 3rd Countess of Anadia.
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