In this UNESCO World Heritage city, which preserves one of the most important symbols of the Roman presence in portuguese territory, the Salesians maintain one of their oldest presences. The Salesians have been in the city of Évora since 1926, when they founded a modest Oratory. With the construction of a new building in 1949, the Salesian presence expands to more levels of education. Between 1941 and 1950 the Salesians also ran the Casa Pia Masculina in the city of Alentejo.


NameSalesianos de Évora
AddressAv. S. João Bosco nº 4, 7000-766 Évora