The narrow mausolea at Conchada cemetery as part of Portuguese and European architectural heritage

Jorge Mascarenhas, Lurdes Belgas, Elisabete Vinhas, Fernando G. Branco*

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Over millennia, death was the origin of great funerary constructions that have come down to us. These constructions aimed at ensuring eternity and perpetuating memory. Funeral art thus appears not in the service of death, but in the service of memory. In the modern age, funerary constructions do not have the dimensions and grandeur they did in ancient times, but there are still constructions with relevant architectural interest, built to perpetuate the memory of important families. In Conchada Cemetery, located in Coimbra, Portugal, a vast and diverse funeral heritage exists. Possessing various architectural styles, almost all built with limestone from the region, the narrow mausoleums stand out from this heritage. This work presents a study carried out on the architecture and construction of two types of narrow mausoleums, existing in the Conchada Cemetery, both of the Neo-Gothic style: one with an entrance from the front, and another from the back. As it is not possible to present the photographs of the burial vaults, since it would represent an intrusive approach to the families, the authors have resorted to representing them through Indian ink and watercolor illustrations.
Idioma originalEnglish
Páginas (de-até)1852-1864
Número de páginas13
RevistaHeritage
Volume5
Número de emissão3
DOIs
Estado da publicaçãoPublicado - set. 2022

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