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Cascade Lake
Portugal
Cascade Lake is located in Quinta da Regaleira in Sintra, Portugal. Cascade Lake is connected to the Initiatic Well through galleries or tunnels, the path begins starting from stone paths that seem to float on the surface of the lake.
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Uploaded: 01/11/2012
Updated: 10/09/2014
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Tags: sintra; portugal; lake; farm; palace
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