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Posted by  Manuel Oliveros on October 25, 2002 at 09:33:18:

In Reply to:  one more thing posted by rammmm on October 23, 2002 at 11:47:07:

It would take an expert to name and differentiate the architectures of Spain and Portugal, what I am not. However if one is thinking in old architectures, I would say are much similar, for what I saw of monasteries, forts, monuments, etc are of the same aspect and kinds of construction. One even might go to assert on that there is more commonnalities in the architectures of Castilla and Extremadure and Portugal than between those of Castilla and Catalunya and Valencia. In any case I see your subject quite difficult without the guidance of a true expert in your subject, for the amounts of ages and buildings is simply too much, and without such all may reduce to miscelanea about some buildings that call your attention. I advise you to try to find such guide be it through the web, in print, or personally.

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