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Historical cities and villages in the north of Portugal


"From Viana go to Ponte de Lima, where one of the pleasures awaiting you is a stroll down the leafy boulevards with huge sycamores accompanying the blue waters of the river. The old Roman bridge, a part of the road connecting Braga to Tui, the great medieval tower, the main church, the Casa da Aurora, the lovely emblazoned palace, the noble houses crowned by battlements, the beautiful Mannerist church of Misericórdia and the refreshing fountains are plenty of reasons to include this gracious village in your journey."



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"From Viana go to Ponte de Lima, where one of the pleasures awaiting you is a stroll down the leafy boulevards with huge sycamores accompanying the blue waters of the river. The old Roman bridge, a part of the road connecting Braga to Tui, the great medieval tower, the main church, the Casa da Aurora, the lovely emblazoned palace, the noble houses crowned by battlements, the beautiful Mannerist church of Misericórdia and the refreshing fountains are plenty of reasons to include this gracious village in your journey."
Visite Ponte de Lima
Visite Ponte de Lima
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