February 3, 2014

Pena National Palace, Portugal

Photograph by Luis Filipe Catarino, 4See/Redux

Perched on a peak above a sprawling park, the National Palace of Pena is among the historical highlights in Portugal's Sintra hills. A former monastery, the palace was acquired and renovated by King Ferdinand II and today belongs to the Network of European Royal Residences.

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