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On Location at Cabo Espichel
Portugal

When going to see Cabo Espichel, we found a movie set. Known location, unknown production. There were people around in, I guess, 19th century costumes.

For the set, they used Santuário de Nossa Senhora do Cabo Espichel, a convent from the 18th century, with a church that's still used. The buildings opposite the church are wooden fascades.

Copyright: Johan Offermans &Amp; Karl Overholt
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Uploaded: 05/06/2011
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Tags: portugal; cabo espichel; atlantic; ruins; church; movie set; movie; set; filming; lisbon
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