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Jardim das Façalvas
Portugal

This is a part of the garden in Quinta das Façalvas - Palmela- Portugal. In this garden they serve the cocktails, also could be use to outdoor meetings.

This place have capacity to almost 400 peolples inside and 600 outside.

They usually have good Palmela wines and cheese from Azeitão.

Copyright: Jaime Goncalves
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Uploaded: 12/07/2011
Updated: 16/10/2014
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Tags: wedding; garden; catering
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