Palmela 2011 IPPC Palmela Town Hall
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Palmela 2011 IPPC Palmela Town Hall

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Palmela Town Hall is a beautiful building making the connection between the Palmela Castle and the Palmela Old Town.
The Palmela Municipality is the IVRPA key partner in building up this great Panoramic Photography event on the summer of 2011 in Palmela.

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A: Palmela 2011 IPPC Sao Joao Theater Interior 1

by Carlos Chegado, less than 10 meters away

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B: Palmela Belvedere III

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C: Church of St.Peter

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D: Palmela belvedere II

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E: Palmela Belvedere

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F: First sun lights over Palmela

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G: Palmela Passeio Rota Dos Vinhos CCPB 1 Castelo De Palmela

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H: Pousada de Palmela - Castelo de Palmela

by Willy Kaemena, 180 meters away

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I: Castle ruins in Palmela

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J: Palmela Castle

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