Date: built in the 13th century, demolished in the 16th century by order of Bishop António Pinheiro and rebuilt by the confraternity of Santa Cruz, quite possibly, between 1571 and 1638.
Description: In outer space highlights to the lateral Mannerist portal, which marks the entry into the Church of the convent, of the 18th century (1746). Also found in the south wall a panel showing the proclamation of the general Sepúlveda, against the second French Invasion. It is a church of rectangular ship covered by a representation of the Ascension of Christ and the four evangelists.
State of conservation: Very good
Legends and traditions: this church is linked to various religious and secular traditions. A legend says that it was here that occurred the secret marriage of D. Pedro I and D. Inês de Castro, signed by the Dean of the Cathedral, D. Gil, which was then Bishop of the diocese.
Source: Património dos Concelhos da Terra Fria Concelho de Bragança VOLUME I