- WC with shower deprivation
- Hair Dryer
- LCD TV (cable) and internet (cable and wifi)
- Insulation acoustic
- Balcony with view to Montanha of Penha
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D. Mafalda of Sabóia and Maurienne
D. Mafalda of Sabóia, Countess of Sabóia Maurienne and Piedmont (1125, December 3, 1157 or 1158), also known as Matilda, was the first queen of Portugal, from 1146 until his death.
Daughter of Count Amadeo III of Sabóia and his wife Mafalda of Albon. He married in 1146 with D. Afonso Henriques, the first king of Portugal.
Life of Queen little is known, but is the idea that it would be a woman difficult births, complicated character and real stubbornness, D. Mafalda did not excel in kindness. At least that is described by various chroniclers, supported, for example, the constant conflict between the queen and Prior of Santa Cruz
Coimbra, are Theotonius. It is said that once stood D. Mafalda in labor and almost at death's door, sent for the prior. With the blessing of St. Theotonius, the queen could have the child and survive. How to pay, ordered to make a picture in honor of St. TEOTONIO. It was, however, this temporary peace. Wanting once, D. Mafalda visit the inner cloister of the Monastery of Santa Clara, and seeing him denied entry by the prior, not to infringe the rules of the institution, D. Mafalda started to chase him.
His maternal function, that it complied in full, in just 12 years of marriage, was the mother of 7 children, having died at birth of last child, the Infanta Sancha on November 4, 1157.
Not listed any notable acts that took the initiative, in addition to many foundations of piety and penance which the chroniclers give it, how, however, is often confused woman D. Afonso Henriques with the Infanta of Portugal and Queen of Castile, of the same name, daughter of D.
Sancho I, not all foundations that give it the chronicles have been really hers, but granddaughter.
You are also given the initiative of building a bridge over the Douro (near Boatmen) and another on the Támega. She is buried at Santa Cruz de Coimbra with her husband.