Date: 16th century (1569).
Description: small and simple Chapel of São Sebastião has a neoclassical carving with an image of the Patron Saint. They have been established in a time of plague and the result of a vow made by the King Manuel in 1505, when the plague ravaged the Kingdom. This monarch pledged to raise a chapel dedicated to São Sebastião on the outskirts of each city.
State of conservation: good.
Source: Património dos Concelhos da Terra Fria Concelho de Bragança VOLUME I