This is the church part of the Convent of Christ at hilltop stronghold complex in Tomar.
The picture on the left: The charola or rotunda (a round church) built in the 12 th century, just shows with its battlements on the right of this picture. The ornate part on the left now forms the nave and houses the Convent Chapter. This part was added early in the 15th century and is another shining example of the Manueline style, named after King Manuel I, who commissioned the building of this addition.
The picture on the right: Manueline extravagence decorates the Chapter window of the church. My abillity to make a good picture of this window was severely restricted by the trappings of a crew, busy shooting some film in and around this part of the building complex.