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Bocage Square
Portugal

A Praça do Bocage é o coração da cidade de Setúbal, é aqui que se localiza a câmara municipal.Bocage foi um grande poeta do séc.XVIII, considerado um dos maiores poetas portugueses, nasceu em Setúbal, filho de um advogado português e de uma senhora francesa. Ficou conhecido pela sua poesia e pela sua vida de boémio.

Copyright: Adelino Chapa
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Uploaded: 11/03/2012
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