Palácio Nacional da Vila

Situated in the center of Sintra , the origins of this medieval palace dating back to the ninth century, when the Moors built a palace on this site. Their chimneys, with 33m high, are the major symbol of the town, added in the fourteenth century when it became residence of King John I ( the father of Prince Henry ) . Inside, the most impressive room is the room of coats , hexagonal and coated with a whopping tile panels.


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