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12/29/10

Square Passeio Alegre street portuguese pavement crosswalk in the white stone, building opposite the characteristic of Porto City

The name of the Rua do Passeio Alegre at Foz do Douro, replaced a very old place-name was not lost everything, because even in the words of the people: Cantareira.Cantareira means or meant, the poial placed where the pitchers, waiting time at source.Dates back at least to the thirteenth century, because the mention Inquiries ordered byD. Afonso III in 1258. In Passeio Alegre two monuments worthy of mention: The beautifulfountain, which came from Monchique, and pyramids that decorate the gardens beforethe Fifth Prelada. And yet that abortive fifteenth century chapel and lighthouse, built by the commendatory Santo Tirso, the famous Miguel da Silva, Bishop of Worcester.

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Photos: Celso Gonçalves Roc2c

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