Pátio Dom Fradique
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Pátio Dom Fradique

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Pátio Dom Fradique is located at the southest end of the Castle of Saint Jorge. Its near of one of the medieval entries of the alcaçova, called Belmonte, due to the name of one of the towers. This tower is nowadays integrated in a Palace ( Pálacio de Belmonte) which was converted in to a inn.

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