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Tomar - Charolinha
Portugal

Cerca do Convento de Cristo

Charolinha

Casa de fresco, implantada na Cerca do Convento de Cristo, construída no Sec. XVI, autoria do arquitecto João de Castilho.

A visita à Mata dos Sete Montes, (Cerca do Convento de Cristo), é gratuita.

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