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Palácio Nacional de Sintra - Sala dos Brasões (Hall of Arms)
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O Palácio Nacional de Sintra é o melhor exemplo dos paços reais medievais em Portugal, construído sobre a residência dos antigos wallis muçulmanos e paço real desde o início da Monarquia.
A Sala dos Brasões, de forma quadrangular, tem as paredes revestidas de painéis de azulejos figurativos azuis e brancos com cenas galantes e de caça. Cúpula com cobertura octogonal, pintada com brasões de armas de 72 famílias nobres portuguesas, cavalos, brasões dos 8 filhos de D. Manuel e as armas reais.
Sintra's National Palace is the best example of the medieval royal portuguese palaces, built over the former residence of the muslims wallis and royal palace since the beginning of the Monarchy.
The Hall of Arms (Sala dos Brasões), square-shaped, is covered with glazed tile panels of blue and white with hunting and gallant scenes. The octogonal dome is painted with coats of arms of 72 portuguese noble families, horses, arms of the 8 king Manuel infants and the portuguese royal arms.
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Over 1 year ago
Fantastic room and a beautiful synth. I had never heard of Sintra before. Thanks. Please consider inserting highlights (with captions in English?).
Over 1 year ago
Well... Sintra is a very nice place, full of treasures to explore... You should go. If one day you wanna go and if you need a tourist guide, you can always contact me.
About this palace, it camed from a medieval palace, it was built on the top of a muslim palace and from the beggining of the portuguese monarchy, our kings had a palace in Sintra.
This room is called, Sala dos Brasões (Nobel Arms Room) because of the 72 noble arms that are represented. The arms of the king are represented on the center. The walls are covered with portuguese glazed tiles.
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