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Convento de Cristo - Tomar
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Convento de Cristo

Com origem no Castelo dos Cavaleiros Templários fundado no Sec XII por D. Gualdim Pais, o conjunto monumental do Castelo Templário e Convento de Cristo de Tomar, património mundial, integra o Aqueduto, a Cerca do convento, (Mata dos Sete Montes),  a Capela de Nossa Senhora da Conceição, o Castelo Templário e o Convento de Cristo.

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