The small town of Montemor-o-Velho is most notable for its impressive ruined castle which sits high on a hill, overlooking the surrounding huddle of houses backed by agricultural plains. Within the walls lie the ruins of a palace, a restored church, sweeping lawns, and a pleasant café.
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