Fortress of Almeida, a mere seven kilometers from the Spanish border, was originally a castle built in the 14th century, overlooking the natural boundary between the two nations: the River Coa. Almeida was the main Portuguese fortress on the northern invasion route from Spain, matching the Spanish fortress of Ciudad Rodrigo. Today, inside the fort is located the town of the same name, and it is a very popular tourist destination
Lene Richelieu e Bainha Aberta: Bainha aberta,Crivo e Barafundas
Torre de Belem - Lisboa. Near Granny's home... I must visit soon.