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Cais das Lavandeiras
Portugal

Vila do Conde, city and council, is a testimony of a vast patrimonial richness. From the most remote legacies dating from pre-historical ages up to the contemporary architecture, the material evidences from that legacy and the richness of the present are constantly crossing in the path of all who wander through the streets of this council.

(Taken from: http://www.cm-viladoconde.pt)

Copyright: Paulo Fernandes
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Uploaded: 04/04/2010
Updated: 17/10/2014
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Tags: river; bench; trees; vila do conde; ave river; rio ave; portugal
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