Centro de Interpretacao da Batalha de Aljubarrota, Batalha

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  • Very nice and modern space. Field trip with a guide for 1 € per person and the film/interactive spectacle which cost 26 € (2 adults, 3 children and 1 teenager), with visit to the Museum with 2 rooms. The film is extraordinary and the gui of field trip quite eloquent. Worth the visit. We get more of 1:00 playing in the Woods and giant chess game adapted mesh. Very interesting.
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  • If you are a history buff and have read about the creation of the Portuguese nation this is a must. You can walk the battlefield and there is an excellent film, with English VO, and accompanied by vis...  more »
  • Not very old (I believe no more than 15 years), make available to the visitor came in general all the complexity of the preparations for the battle of Aljubarrota, where nothing happened by luck or chance. The provision of the host making the Portuguese Spanish ladeá-la, the Wolf pits for the invasive, heavy cavalry to the difference in frequency of shots of Portuguese archers (and English) versus the lengthy Castilian beasts (French type), the essential and vital aid supplies from the monastery of Alcobaça, all served to make the victory possible. Even the huge army of Castile arrived to the battlefield, cumbersome and time consuming. John I of Castile and your proud Entourage came into Stampede for not waiting as solid defensive front. Were astounded by taking a "bath" of Nun ' Álvares strategy. Without energetic commanders, in Stampede, for several days after the battle, the Castilians were being decimated, promoted by extremenian civilian population.
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