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Castelo do Bode, Tomar

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Castelo de Bode Dam is a concrete arch-gravity dam on the Zêzere River, a tributary of the Tagus River, located southwest of Tomar and north of Constância, in Santarém District, Portugal. It is one of the tallest structures in Portugal. The dam was constructed between 1945 and 1951. It also supports a 138 MW hydroelectric power station which was commissioned between 1951 and 1952
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  • A true paradise ... calm and tranquillity Allied channel at breathtaking scenery makes the Albufeira do Castelo de Bode dam one of the most beautiful places of Portugal.
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  • Don't miss the opportunity to see the discharge when the dam is at its maximum limit is a thunderous beauty view larger turbines download
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  • The view is amazing. If you can take a boat tour is ideal. Relax!! You can then visit the city to take the North or the village of constancy-village of Luis de Camões
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  • Sítio fantástico. Esquecemos que existe cidades e azáfama! Para descansar e visitar, com praias fluviais ao longo das margens, de acesso algo escondido mas que vale a pena procurar. Um parque de campismo com vista para a barragem, pequeno mas com boas condições e pessoas acolhedoras.
  • Local calmo e lindíssimo. Vale a pena a visita!
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