One of the most beautiful 17th-century palaces and gardens in Europe, the Fronteira Palace is located in the Benfica district, on the edge of the Parque Forestal de Monsanto park. The grounds are home to the grandest collection of seventeenth-century “azulejos” (Portuguese tiles) located in their original location. The palace is classified as a national monument and remains the ancestral residence of the Marquis of Fronteira. It is partially open to the public.
Fronteira Palace - Interior
Fronteira Palace Gardens
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