The Fifth Clock dates from the XIX. Was built by Thomas Maria Bessone, was completed in 1860, under the direction of the Architect in Díli of Siena, you printed a strong Italian influence. Later, it was the residence of His Royal Highness, the King D. Fernando II. In the gardens, stands a Clock Tower that gave the name to the property. The Farm has a language and ambience markedly Neoclassical, present in the sumptuous ornamentation of the buildings, surrounded by an immense and consistent vegetation including several species, due to its size and antiquity, namely the Araucaria (Araucaria bidwilli), Plane trees (Platanus sp. Orientalis), and especially the dragon trees (Dracaena draco), all these copies with hundreds of years. The Fifth of the Clock is composed of a Palace, a Clock Tower, situated at the top of a hill, and various ancillary buildings, covering a total area of about 40 divisions. The property includes several gardens, courtyards and terraces on the sea. Has several garages, stables, homes of staff, an independent apartment, other storage rooms and a large parking area for vehicles.
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