Palacio de Queluz

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The National Palace of Queluz and its historical gardens are one of the most remarkable examples of the harmonious link between landscape and palatial architecture in Portugal. They illustrate the evolution of the Court’s tastes in the 18th and 19th centuries, a period that was marked by the baroque, rococo and neoclassicism. The future King Pedro III, then Consort of Queen Maria I, ordered the construction of Palace of Queluz in 1747. It was initially conceived as a summer residence, becoming the royal family’s preferred place for leisure and entertainment. They lived there permanently from 1794 until their departure for Brazil in 1807, as a result of the French invasions.
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    511 m2 (5,500 sq. ft.)

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