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Ginjal
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Panorama num beco no Cais do Ginjal em Cacilhas, Almada. Este local era um importante polo logístico, de abastecimento aos navios (bacalhoeiros por exemplo) que aqui carregavam os seus mantimentos e água, para depois partirem para nova viagem. Era também um centro de expedição de mercadorias para abastecer Lisboa, antes da construção da ponte 25 de Abril, que ligou as duas margens. Com a construção da ponte, este local foi perdendo importância e entrou em degradação. A Câmara Municipal de Almada anunciou um programa de intervenções que visa recuperar esta bonita margem do Tejo

Copyright: Adelino chapa
Type: Spherical
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上传: 20/03/2012
更新: 27/03/2012
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Tags: quay; ginjal; cacilhas; almada; portugal; tejo
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