National Palace of Sintra, Palácio da Vila em Sintra

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This palace has probable origin in primitive Moorish palace of walis. Current traces from two steps works: the first, in the reign of John I (XV century), the second in the reign of Manuel I (sixteenth century).
It has the largest collection of Mudejar tiles of the country. It is dominated by two large twin chimneys that crown the kitchen and up the “ex-libris” of Sintra.

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