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Sarilhos Shipyard
Portugal

Velho estaleiro naval, situado num braço do estuário do Tejo, na aldeia de Sarilhos Pequenos, Moita. Este estaleiro construía os barcos tradicionais do Tejo, barcos à vela que transportavam pessoas e mercadorias da margem sul do Tejo para Lisboa.

Copyright: Adelino chapa
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Uploaded: 30/10/2011
Updated: 04/02/2012
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Tags: river; tejo; quay; shipyard; moita
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