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File:Convento do Carmo ruins in Lisbon.jpg

English: Lisbon's Convento do Carmo, which was gutted by the 1755 Lisbon earthquake
Date 22 October 2003, 12:52:17 (WET)
Source picture taken by Chris Adams
Author Chris Adams
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38° 42′ 43.70″ N, 9° 8′ 24.20″ W

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English: Convento do Carmo ruins in Lisbon
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