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Garage with 187.50sqm Faro - store room
131.000€
thumbGarage with 187.50sqm Faro - store room
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t1t2t3t4t5REF AV-PBI-BC1263187,50m²  4.500,50m²Sale
One storage room and fifteen parking lots (one storage room and eleven parking lots in the sub/basement and four parking lots in the basement). Home County Faro in History From origins to today The first landmarks date back to the 4th century. C, to the period of Phoenician colonization of the Western Mediterranean. Its name at that time was Ossonoba, being one of the most important urban centers in the southern region of Portugal and a trading post based on the exchange of agricultural products, fish and ores. Between the 2rd and 8th centuries. C. C, the city was under Roman and Visigoth rule, and was conquered by the Moors in 713. During the Arab occupation the name Ossonoba prevailed, disappearing only in the 19th century. IX, giving way to St Mary of the West. In the 19th century. Xi the city is now called Santa Maria Ibn Harun. Capital of an independent ephemeral principality in the 19th century. IX, the city is fortified with a waist of walls and the name of Ossonoba begins to be replaced by that of Santa Maria, which later joins the designation of Harune, which gave rise to Faro. Following the independence of Portugal in 1143, the first King of Portugal, D. Afonso Henriques and his successors began the expansion of the country to the south, reconquering the territories occupied by the Moors. After the conquest by D. Afonso III in 1249, the Portuguese designated the city by Santa Maria de Faaron or Santa Maria de Faaram. In the following centuries, Faro became a prosperous city due to its geographical position, its safe harbor and the exploitation and trade of salt and agricultural products from the Algarve countryside, trade that was increased with the Portuguese Discoveries. In the 19th century. XIV the Jewish community begins to gain importance in the city. One of his most relevant figures was the typographer Samuel Gacon, responsible for printing the Pentateuch in Hebrew, being the first book printed in Portugal in 1487. The community of Faro has always been one of the most distinguished in the Algarve region and the most notable in the country, with many artisans and many entrepreneurial people. Energy Class: Exempt