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Castelo de Almourol
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Castelo de Almourol

Castelo templário implantado num afloramento rochoso no leito do Rio Tejo.

Este castelo foi construído por D. Gualdim Pais no início do sec.XII integrando a linha defensiva do vale do Tejo.

Copyright: Sotero Ferreira
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