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Templarios walking tour in Tomar 馃嚨馃嚬 Portugal [4K]

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In 1160, Gualdim Pais, Grand Master of the Knights Templar in Portugal, laid the foundation stone for the Convento de Cristo of the Templar Monastery, which became the headquarters of the Knights Templar in Portugal and laid the foundation for the new city of Tumar. The feudal treaty of the Templars with the people was created in 1163. According to him, the Templars ruled from Tumar a vast region in central Portugal, and pledged to protect it from attacks and raids by the Moors.


Avatar image of @MrJovision @MrJovision Beatiful! I will never understand why the biggest countries spread so much hate against Portugal, when it has one of the most important history in the world, when it was the first to forbid slavery and death penalty! Maybe they have a huge envy, of how a small country can be so important to the whole world and for so many centuries?
Avatar image of @joemac6172 @joemac6172 Jesus Christ is the king of all nations is our savior 鉂わ笍馃檹馃嚨馃嚬
Avatar image of @IranTourism_official @IranTourism_official Wow.. Amazing Walk!!! Many thanks for Sharing my friend. Enjoyed. Stay Connected!!!
Avatar image of @DidiPort @DidiPort Tatiana, thank you for your Video and for providing us an opening to Tomar, believe you would love to read a very important book called First Templar Nation by Freddie Silva, it ties Tomar and Portugals foundation together. The Portuguese Golden Age of Discovery follows on from this of course, as would have seen the maritime reliefs etc on the walls throughout the Convento do Cristo. Continue the excellent videos.
Avatar image of @SuperLuisferreira @SuperLuisferreira Sorry my friend but neither the castle nor the town were born inside the Convent of Christ. First the knight templars build the castle, then the town to populate the area n only much later when the Pope forbidden the order n our king change it to the Order of Christ, the convent was build next to the Castle.
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