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Castelo de Lindoso is a castle in Portugal. It is classified as a National Monument. Specifically, a military monument. The castle is located on the River Lee near the Portuguese/Spanish border. The style and technology displayed in the castle's construction were introduced to Portugal during the medieval period. The architecture displays both Romanesque and Gothic qualities. During the mid 17th century, the castle was militarily upgraded, with the upgrades finishing in 1666, roughly three years after the Spanish conquered the castle in 1663; the Protuguese subsequently retook the castle and finished the upgrades. Coordinates: 41°52′01″N8°11′57″W / 41.86694°N 8.19917°W / 41.86694; -8.19917