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Alcácer do Sal footbridge
Portugal

Ponte pedestre de Alcácer do Sal, entre arrozais e o rio Sado. Alcácer do Sal é uma pequena cidade alentejana com origem histórica, que se ergue na margem do rio Sado. De ruas estreitas e íngremes, esta cidade construída na encosta do rio, encontrava-se protegida por um magnífico castelo de origem muçulmana, que hoje é um hotel panorâmico. A cidade de traçado medieval, já era conhecida durante o império romano, por quem foi conquistada no séc.II antes de Cristo. O seu nome romano era "Salacia".

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Tags: alcácer do sal; sado; portugal; alentejo; river; rice; bridge; about a footbridge in the portuguese town alcácer-do sal.
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