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Museums and PalacesAliança Underground MuseumThe Aliança Underground Museum shelters an exhibition that is displayed along the traditional wine cellar of Aliança Vinhos de Portugal. Exhibiting seven distinct collections, this museum contemplates areas such as archeology, ethnography, (...)
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ArchaeologyAnta Capela de PaviaDolmen Chapel of Pavia The Dolmen Chapel of Pavia, dedicated to S. Dinis (17th c.) is one of the megalithic portuguese monuments adapted to the christian cult. In this case, the chamber was transformed into the nave of the chapel.
ArchaeologyAnta Capela de São BrissosChapel of São Brissos Cromlech Megalithic funerary monument that has been adapted into a Christian chapel.
ArchaeologyAnta do BarrocalBarrocal Cromlech Cromlech with vestiges of a polygonal chamber and a covering stone slab still found on site. It is located around 200 metres SW from the Monte do Barrocal hilltop farm.
ArchaeologyAnta do Olival da Pêga
ArchaeologyAnta do Olival de Monte VelhoOlival de Monte Velho Cromlech One of the stone supports is broken in half and the upper half has fallen inside the chamber.
ArchaeologyAnta do Penedo GordoPenedo Gordo Cromlech A megalithic monument with an average-sized corridor, presenting vestiges of a burial mound, in particular on the Southern side. The polygonal chamber is composed by nine stone supports and the corridor by four stone supports (...)
ArchaeologyAnta dos CoureleirosCoureleiros Cromlech There are five cromlechs located in Coureleiros. This is one of the largest units. Its official scientific designation is “Anta dos Coureleiros II”.
ArchaeologyAnta Grande do Zambujeiro de ValverdeDolmen of Zambujeiro in Valverde It is the biggest dolmen known in the Iberian Peninsula. The area is 50 m of diameter and it is composed by the chamber, 6 metres high, and a long passage to the exterior. The passage grave it is classified as a (...)
ArchaeologyAntela da Cruz VermelhaLocated in the Corno Bico Protected Area, the Antela da Cruz Vermelha (Red Cross Dolmen) has been dated to around 2,500 BC. Circular in form, the Dolmen is made up of a large boulder with a headstone with an engraved cross, painted in red. Part of a (...)