Evora is best known for this well preserved Roman
temple.  While generally called the Temple of Diana,
it may have been dedicated to Julius Caesar, rather
than the goddess.   
The temple is a reminder that Portugal was
once part of the Roman Empire.
There is also a chapel of bones, found within an
Evora Catholic Church, the Igreja de Sao Francisco.
One Evora church has an unusual
statue of the Virgin Mary as pregnant
with Jesus.
If you have a high speed internet connection, watch
the complete Intrepid Berkeley Explorer  video of
this trip to Portugal,
Any Porto In a Storm,  by
clicking on: