Situated on the southern shores of Castelo do Bode lake in central Portugal Sabore de Pedra provides excellent views and good hearty Portuguese food. With a glazed dining area over looking the lake booking is essential, but I would heartily recommend the 'black pork' dish to anyone going. The restaurant itself is a beautifully restored Portuguese farmhouse with many traditional ...
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The sculptor Zulmiro de Carvalho (b.1940) has a particular feel for the character of the medium he's working on: wood grain, stone texture or even metal corrosion are integrated in his work and give his sculptures their own distinct personality.
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The Order of the Knights Templar that helped the Portuguese fight the Moors in the 12th and 13th centuries were rewarded with extensive land and political power. King Dinis renamed it the Order of Christ and castles and churches were built to protect the Templars. One of those was the castle and convent of Tomar, one of Portugal's most brilliant ...
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This is the oldest existing synagogue in Portugal, built in 1438. The synagogue was vacated in 1496; it was used as a prison, and then as a church. In the late 19th century it became a hay loft and then a grocery warehouse. In 1921 the building was declared a national monument and in 1939 the owner donated it to ...Popular withHistory
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At 40 miles long there is plenty to see and do on Castelo do Bode lake, which in fact is a man made reservoir. Sailing, swimming, canoeing, bird watching, scuba diving are just a few of the activities available. However if you prefer to cruise the waters in style you can do this too and get a spot of lunch ...Popular withAdventureBackpackersOutdoor
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artenossa is a nice and cozy shop that specializes in regional arts and crafts products. It's just down the street from the Tomar Synagogue and is cash only. They have really nice stuff and we came away with various handsome and well priced items including those that are Jewish and Knights Templar related. Gayle and I enjoyed the selection, how ...
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Golegã is a small town well known for its massive horse fair, especially on Portuguese Lusitano horse, for those passionate on horses this is the place to be. This beautiful church is located right at town center, very pleasant town to visit.Popular withLocal
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Situated in the former Convento Sao Franscisco this collection of matchstick books and boxes makes for an interesting diversion. Collected from over 104 countries and containing more than 2,000,000 matchsticks the Museu dos Fosforos (which is free admittance) is well worth a look in.Popular withHistory
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Brisa - Auto-estradas de Portugal was created in 1972. In four decades it has become one of the largest tolled motorway operators in the world and the largest transport infrastructure company in Portugal. As Gayle and I were driving around Portugal, we used the rest stops for meals and gasoline, paid tolls (in person and electronically), and otherwise went merrily ...
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The 18th c. italian composer Domenico Scarlatti, Senhor Scarlet, is one of the characters of "Baltasar and Blimunda". Scarlatti's only surviving contemporary portrait can be seen in Casa dos Patudos house museum in Alpiarca.Popular withHistory
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