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The Bridge of Carvalha, which crosses the river of Sertã, has 64 meters long, and six arches of masonry, is a Roman style bridge but was built at the time of Philippine domain.
Sertã is a Portuguese town, the District of Castelo Branco, in the central region of the country and is located on a Valley, bathed by a Riverside and surrounded by the largest pine green spot in Europe. Agriculture and timber are its main source of wealth.

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