Hidden somewhere in the middle of a tree rich landscape this forgotten chapel is located. Approaching it from behind it looked like a simple bricked structure. But it turned out the front facade was a real treat.
What makes it unique is the architecture resembling the globalization of that time. On top of the facade, you can spot a Greek baptism cross. The shape of the dome is Arab-inspired and the rest of the facade a mixture of Baroque, Franco-Italian origins with some Portuguese feel.
This chapel in ruins was built somewhere in the 18th-century. It's faith turned around when it was separated from the public. At some point in history, it was privately owned by someone who didn't care much about maintaining it.