Samouco’s emblematic residence, built in 1917 by order of Stephen Rebelo, the Gazebo


House is classified, for many years, as a property of local architectural interest. But, as in other cases, its state of preservation indicates that one day, the house comes down.
Externally, the Gazebo House stands out for the octagonal turret, the tile friezes on the facades (typical label of the Alcochete tradition), in particular, those that contain great heartseases, balcony and wrought iron railing.

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Ricardo Araújo

Samouco, Portugal

Latitude: 38.718626
Longitude: -9.005931

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