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The dawn of public places: Travel in the shadow of coronavirus


By Reya Mehrotra

Park and National Palace of Pena
The Pena Palace is located in Sao Pedro de Penaferrim in Sintra in Portugal. It is the greatest example of romanticism in Portugal. Its construction began in 1836 and it possesses a Romanesque revival architecture influenced by the Moorish and Manueline styles. Its park consists of a forest and grand gardens with more than 500 different species of trees. The park and the palace are the results of King Ferdinand II’s creative genius. It opened to the public as a museum in 1911. In 1995, Unesco classified the historical town ...


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