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Batalha Monastery in Centro de Portugal 30 kilometres to the north of Alcobaça, Joaquim Ruivo - the director of the Monastery of Saint Mary of the Victory in the town of Batalha - Mosteiro de Santa Maria da Vitória - stands in a slat of colourful sunlight, emanating from one of the first examples of stained glass in Portugal and points ...

Batalha Monastery in Centro de Portugal is the second most visited monument in Portugal and a prime example of Gothic and Manueline architecture.

Batalha Monastery in Centro de Portugal 30 kilometres to the north of Alcobaça, Joaquim Ruivo - the director of the Monastery of Saint Mary of the Victory in the town of Batalha - Mosteiro de Santa Maria da Vitória - stands in a slat of colourful sunlight, emanating from one of the first examples of stained glass in Portugal and points ...

Batalha Monastery in Centro de Portugal is the second most visited monument in Portugal and a prime example of Gothic and Manueline architecture.

Emanuele Siracusa - Centro de Portugal - Batalha-19

Emanuele Siracusa - Centro de Portugal - Batalha-19

Batalha Monastery in Centro de Portugal 30 kilometres to the north of Alcobaça, Joaquim Ruivo - the director of the Monastery of Saint Mary of the Victory in the town of Batalha - Mosteiro de Santa Maria da Vitória - stands in a slat of colourful sunlight, emanating from one of the first examples of stained glass in Portugal and points ...

Batalha Monastery in Centro de Portugal is the second most visited monument in Portugal and a prime example of Gothic and Manueline architecture.

Batalha Monastery in Centro de Portugal 30 kilometres to the north of Alcobaça, Joaquim Ruivo - the director of the Monastery of Saint Mary of the Victory in the town of Batalha - Mosteiro de Santa Maria da Vitória - stands in a slat of colourful sunlight, emanating from one of the first examples of stained glass in Portugal and points ...

Batalha Monastery in Centro de Portugal is the second most visited monument in Portugal and a prime example of Gothic and Manueline architecture.

Alcobaça Monastery in Centro de Portugal If you plan to visit the magnificent Mosteiro de Santa Maria de Alcobaça give yourself plenty of time - a place of such national and international historic importance, since its beginnings almost nine hundred years ago, deserves that time and respect. Not only is this hugely impressive gothic monum...

Alcobaça Monastery in Centro de Portugal is an impressive gothic monument and the final resting place of Portugal's own Romeo and Juliet couple.

Batalha Monastery in Centro de Portugal 30 kilometres to the north of Alcobaça, Joaquim Ruivo - the director of the Monastery of Saint Mary of the Victory in the town of Batalha - Mosteiro de Santa Maria da Vitória - stands in a slat of colourful sunlight, emanating from one of the first examples of stained glass in Portugal and points ...

Batalha Monastery in Centro de Portugal is the second most visited monument in Portugal and a prime example of Gothic and Manueline architecture.

Batalha Monastery in Centro de Portugal 30 kilometres to the north of Alcobaça, Joaquim Ruivo - the director of the Monastery of Saint Mary of the Victory in the town of Batalha - Mosteiro de Santa Maria da Vitória - stands in a slat of colourful sunlight, emanating from one of the first examples of stained glass in Portugal and points ...

Batalha Monastery in Centro de Portugal is the second most visited monument in Portugal and a prime example of Gothic and Manueline architecture.

Alcobaça Monastery in Centro de Portugal If you plan to visit the magnificent Mosteiro de Santa Maria de Alcobaça give yourself plenty of time - a place of such national and international historic importance, since its beginnings almost nine hundred years ago, deserves that time and respect. Not only is this hugely impressive gothic monum...

Alcobaça Monastery in Centro de Portugal is an impressive gothic monument and the final resting place of Portugal's own Romeo and Juliet couple.

Batalha Monastery in Centro de Portugal 30 kilometres to the north of Alcobaça, Joaquim Ruivo - the director of the Monastery of Saint Mary of the Victory in the town of Batalha - Mosteiro de Santa Maria da Vitória - stands in a slat of colourful sunlight, emanating from one of the first examples of stained glass in Portugal and points ...

Batalha Monastery in Centro de Portugal is the second most visited monument in Portugal and a prime example of Gothic and Manueline architecture.

Aveiro in Centro de Portugal Aveiro is a place where Art Nouveau meets modernity, full with the blue-tiled facades of centuries old fishmongers, bakeries and an ever present youth feel.

Aveiro in Centro de Portugal Aveiro is a place where Art Nouveau meets modernity, full with the blue-tiled facades of centuries old fishmongers, bakeries and an ever present youth feel.

Emanuele Siracusa - Beira Alta - Centro de Portugal - Castelo Rodrigo-1

Emanuele Siracusa - Beira Alta - Centro de Portugal - Castelo Rodrigo-1

Alcobaça Monastery in Centro de Portugal If you plan to visit the magnificent Mosteiro de Santa Maria de Alcobaça give yourself plenty of time - a place of such national and international historic importance, since its beginnings almost nine hundred years ago, deserves that time and respect. Not only is this hugely impressive gothic monum...

Alcobaça Monastery in Centro de Portugal is an impressive gothic monument and the final resting place of Portugal's own Romeo and Juliet couple.

Obidos in Centro de Portugal On first sighting, the town of Óbidos comes as another of those Centro de Portugal classics; a fortified castle sitting atop a rocky hillside, its long crenelated walls and turrets protectively embracing the outcrop on which it stands, a perfect mediaeval silhouette in the Portuguese evening sunshi...

Obidos in Centro de Portugal is a medieval city protected by a fortified castle sitting atop a rocky hillside, filled with thousands of books.

Viseu in Centro de Portugal The artist Vasco Fernandes, or Grão Vasco (Great Vasco) as he is better known, has left a legacy throughout the beautiful Portuguese city of Viseu. Situated in the heart of the country's Centro region, and nestled deep in the heart of the Dão wine producing region, the city exudes an air imbued wi...

Situated in the heart of the Centro de Portugal and nestled in the heart of the Dão wine producing region, Viseu is alive with art, culture, and creativity

Beira Baixa Heritage If this part of the region of Centro de Portugal leaves the visitor only one impression, it will be this; the feeling of being part of a land where the past and the future are connected unbreakably by the desire to protect every aspect of its heritage; natural, historical, agricultural, cultural, so...

Beira Baixa Heritage embodies the natural, historical, agricultural, cultural, social and gastronomical features of one of the richest regions of Portugal.

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