Between 1401 and 1461, D. Afonso, the eighth Count of Barcelos and the first Duke of Bragança, ordered walls to be built around Barcelos, with three towers marking the entrances to the city. The Porta do Cimo da Vila was the only gate that was to (...)
Standing in the middle of the countryside close to Almofala, although now in a badly ruined state, is the Torre das Águias (initially a Roman Temple), which reminds us of the more distant mediaeval times when the Moors penetrated into this region (...)
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