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In the Regaleira Farm
Portugal

The Regaleira Farm is situated on the mountainside and the short distance the Historical Center of Sintra, Portugal. The Farm was built in the early twentieth century, of the imagination of its owner, Antonio Augusto Carvalho Monteiro, and the architect responsible for the project, the Italian Luigi Manini. The Quinta da Regaleira consists of a fascinating set of constructions of romantic ideal, rising in the middle of a luxuriant forest in the Serra de Sintra. The Regaleira Farm is one of the most surprising and enigmatic monuments of the Cultural Landscape of Sintra.

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