Portuguese Royal Palaces, Castles and other Buildings

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House of the Gentlemen:

The house was built in the 19th century. XVII by Domingos de Sampaio do Amaral on the occasion of the marriage of his daughter D. Joana de Sampaio with João de Almeida Castelo Branco, who would become the holders of the captaincy-major of the municipality of Senhorim and the founders of the estate of Santar. It was passed from generation to generation until, in 1975, Pedro Brum da Silveira Pinto donated it to the representative of the Portuguese royal house, D. Duarte Pio, and to his brother, D. Miguel de Bragança, Duke of Viseu.

Documentary about the Ducal Palace of Vila Viçosa

The Castle of Braganca is a medieval castle located in the city of Braganca, district of Braganca, Portugal.
The Palace of Mafra, located in Mafra, Portugal, was built during the reign of King John V and was usually a secondary residence for the royal family.
In this video you can see a little of the interior of the house of D.Duarte and D.Isabel, the Dukes of Bragança.

Belem Palace:

Cascais Citadel Palace:

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