Product of the architectural contributions of the 16th and 18th century, Igreja Matriz de Oliveira do Conde stands out through the gilded carving present in the joanine retable.
However, the highlight of this church is the tomb of Fernão Gomes de Góis, Lord Chamberlain of D. João I. The tomb rests on four lions and is full of details carved in stone, with the image of Jesus Christ surrounded by the four Evangelists standing out. At the top of the tomb, it’s possible to observe Fernao Gomes de Pires holding his sword.
Fonte: Visit Viseu Dão Lafões