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  • Portalegre Rooftops

    Looking out over the rooftops of the Alto Alentejo town of Portalegre.

    photo: http://www.flickr.com/photos/vitor107/

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  • Obidos Street

    A typical street view from the walled, medieval town of Obidos.The narrow winding streets and whitewashed houses along with hanging baskets of flowers are characteristic of the town

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  • Jardim do Paço Episcopal

    The Garden of the Episcopal Palace in Castelo Branco - an outstanding baroque garden. It contains numerous monuments, statues, terraces and these azulejos and staircases

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  • Palacio da Bolsa interior

    The fantastically ornate interior of the Arab Room in Porto's Palacio da Bolsa. The building was built in the 19th century as the city's stock exchange. Having such an extravagant interior was supposed to lend an air of credibility to the city as a European centre of investment.

    Now-a-days the Palacio da Bolsa is no longer the stock market and the Rab room is used for receiving heads of states and other visiting dignitaries in Porto.

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  • Forte de São João Baptista das Berlengas‎

    The Forte de São João Baptista is set on a rocky islet just off the Ilha de Berlenga, which itself is set just off the coast of Peniche. This 17th century fort was built to prevent the strategically important islands being occupied by North African pirates, or worse, the Spanish.

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  • Marialva Castle and Village

    The ruins of the once grand Marialva Castle (Castelo de Marialva). Dating back to the 11th century the castle here was built high up on the steep hillside overlooking the border country. From here you can clearly see the the pillory, keep, citadel and cistern.

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