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Casa das Obras do Fidalgo, Vila Boa de Quires (Inside)

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Started to build by 1750 had everything to be a reference building in Portugal. However ... stood up by the facade.

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A: Casa das Obras do Fidalgo, Vila Boa de Quires (Entrance)

by Luis Filipe Azevedo, 20 meters away

Started to build by 1750 had everything to be a reference building in Portugal. However ... stood up ...

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B: Casa das Obras do Fidalgo, Vila Boa de Quires (Outside)

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