The church of Santo António is located close to the Lisbon Cathedral, and it is said to be built over the place where Santo António lived.
The current church was built between 1767 and 1787, after the original church was destroyed during the 1755 earthquake, according to the project of Architect Mateus Vicente de Oliveira.
From the original church only the crypt is visible. The façade in is Baroque, with Rococo and Neo classic architectonic elements.
Inside the church you can observe some paintings from the renowned Pedro Alexandrino, as well as 18th century glazed tiles.