Convento de Santa Cruz do Buçaco
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- Coimbra and The Beiras, Portugal: Frommer's ShortCuts 2012 "In 1628, they founded a monastery at Buçaco and built it with materials from the surrounding hills. Around the forest,they erected a wall to isolate themselves further and to keep women out. The friars had a special love for plants and trees, and ..."
- Frommer's Portugal Darwin Porter, Danforth Prince - 2012 -- Page 294 "Though the monastery was abolished in 1834, the forest survived. Filled with natural spring waters, the earth bubbles with many cool fountains, the best known of which is Fonte Fria (cold fountain). "
- VARELA GOMES, Paulo, «BUÇACO, o deserto dos Carmelitas Descalços», XM, Coimbra, 2005.