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Monastry of Batalha
Portugal

The monastry of Batalha in Portugal. One of the most impressing of its kind with a really impressive cathedral and surroundings. The picture taken is very central in the major cloister.

Copyright: Michael Zander
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Uploaded: 27/12/2009
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Tags: monastry; batalha; portugal; cloister; architecture; cathedral
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