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Afonso Bras de Albuquerque (Alhambra, c. 1501 - Lisboa, 1581), son of Afonso de Albuquerque, was overseer of Finance, member of the steering Mercy and Senate President Lisbon. Belonged to him two of the most representative buildings of the Portuguese Renaissance: Casa dos Bicos, which he built in Lisbon and the Quinta da Bacalhoa in Azeitao.
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