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Roman Algarve

In the Vilamoura area of the Algarve region, a Roman Villa -- the Cerro da Vila--was found when a tractor scooped up a giant mosaic. Today it is well preserved and serves as a museum.



A palace from the 19th century, the Estoi Palace, is now a new luxury pousada where travelers can stay. It is also near the ruins of Milreu, considered one of the most important sites of Roman ruins in the country.



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