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Portagem (in English means toll), named after the tower and bridge (XII-XIV century), served as a toll for travelers who had to cross the river Sever on the way to the castle of Marvão. It is a small Portuguese village belonging to the fegresia of São Salvador da Aramenha in Marvão. It is located in the Alentejo region, Picture © Credits; Sara Rodríguez Romo