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Jesuits’ College

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The Jesuits’ College was one of the buildings that had the greatest impact on the centre of Funchal until the 19th century. Currently classified as a Regional Heritage Site, it is maintained by the University of Madeira, where the university’s administrative services such as the Rectory Offices are housed.

The layout of the college is rectangular in shape, with two and three-story buildings. The corridors, offices and halls of the University’s Rectory are furnished in part with furniture from the old Quinta do Monte estate, where the last emperor of Austria, Charles of Habsburg died (his tomb is in Nossa Senhora do Monte Church).

Informações

Horário Monday through Friday: 10:00-18:30│Saturdays: 10:00-18:00
Morada Rua dos Ferreiros, Funchal
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+351 291 705 060

colegio@aauma.pt

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