Sintra's Pena Palace
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ABOVE: A massive entrance gate (lower right
portion of photo) leads into the palace.
Related Web links
Parques de Sintra
Click "Park and Palace of Pena" for current opening times, ticket prices, guided
tours, etc. in English. The Pena section also has virtual visits of the parque
This illustrated article is fairly short, but it has photos and a history of the
Municipal de Sintra
The town's official Web site has information on things to see and do in Sintra,
including the palace and park of Pena. (If the Union Jack icon doesn't take you
to the site's English pages, you can
translate with Google.)
UNESCO World Heritage: Cultural
Landscape of Sintra
This site's content is a bit skimpy, but the link to an
Ourplace photo slide show is worth a click.
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