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Necrópole de Tomar
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 Necrópole de Tomar - Santa Maria do Olival.

Nas imediações da Igreja de Santa Maria do Olival foi identificada a maior necrópole medieval da Península Ibérica no decurso das escavações arqueológicas motivadas pelas obras da nova ponte do Flecheiro.

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Resolution: 9568x4784
Uploadet: 23/05/2009
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