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Neolithic tomb
Portugal

Estas grutas artificiais, são sepulcros neolíticos que se encontram no sopé da serra do Louro, na adeia de Quinta do Anjo, em Palmela. Deverão ter sido escavadas, há cerca de 5000 anos. São monumento nacional.

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