While enjoying Madeira tours visit Igreja de Santo António this is old parish church of Santo Antonio. It was built in the late 1700s in a Rococo style, unique to Madeira. It showcase six altars and this chapel was renovated in the 1920s and a huge clock was further added to one of the large bell towers, which still maintain the time for locals of Madeira. If you are planning holidays to Madeira you can visit this ancient church which is now restored in new shape.
Igreja de São Martinho is another name in the list and if you are planning cheap holidays in madeira you can visit this museum. Construction of this museum started in 18th century and this great monument took more than 150 years to finish. Size had to be adjusted to provide accommodation to increasing population of Funchal. It was inaugurated in 1918 and emphasize is the triptych containing images of the Annunciation, Santa Ana, Nativity and St. Joaquim. If you are planning your Madeira holidays with family and teen kids you can visit Igreja da Nazaré. This is youngest church to see in Madeira tours it was inaugurated in 2002. The modern façade has an impressive 44 meters clock tower which is considered as one of the most visible landmarks of Funchal. Sacred art work is unique thing to mention in the interior decoration. Holidays in Madeira become more historical and religious by visiting these churches.
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