Palácio do Duque de Palmela
A palace built on the site of the demolished Fortress of Our Lady of Conceição, it was acquired in 1868 by the Duques of Palmela in order to build a summer residence there. The project belongs to the English architect Thomas Henry Wyatt. With a revivalist English architecture, this building is covered by masonry. In the main raised wall one can view, above the door, the coat of arms of the family of the Duchess of Palmela.
Alameda Duquesa de Palmela
- Difficult external parking
- Palaces & Mansions
Monuments near Palácio do Duque de Palmela
Villa Sarah / Instituto das Filhas de Maria Auxiliadora
Single family housing dating from the late 19th century, of quadrangular with four floors. In 1959, the House passes to the Institute of the daughters of Mary …
Casa Les Acacias
Summer house built between the late 19th century and early 20th century. Presents irregular T plant with three floors, with two roofs cover performed by waters.
Vila Aduar e seus anexos
Set composed of a main building and four chalets of smaller dimensions. The main building features a plant in H, with coverage carried out by three roofs and f…