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Monuments in Baião
Consists of five monuments and two associated peripheral structures that comprise the Set of Megalithic Highland of Aboboreira. In this core there are monuments dating from the middle Neolithic to the Bronze age.
The construction of this important Romanesque monastic Church, first of the Canons and after the Dominicans, we can only point out the structure of the chancel, the rosacea. All the remaining monastery, valuable artistic capital and by local and regional influence is the work of the modern era. We highlight the Baroque interventions that reveal a period of revitalization of space in the 17th and 18th centuries.
Lugar de Chã de Parada
Megalithic set that displays five props and a large slab of headboard. Is part of the core of monuments of Girls do Crasto and is part of the megalithic set of Highland of Aboboreira.
Small temple that we can include in the Gothic period, though possible previous Foundation. Simple façade, where opens an ogive portal, two arches, the interior decorated with beads. Despite the sobriety of the building, with few openings and heavy upright stands, inside, one of the most important programmes of 15TH century mural painting preserved in Portugal.
The pedestrian in Roman road between Ancêde and Ribadouro, on the left bank of the Sheepfold, with approximately 2800 meters. Is one of the many legacies left by ancient civilizations and, like other change Romans, this was done with the use of large blocks of stone buried on a foundation. At the beginning of the route there is a very informative Board used for exploration of this itinerary.
Loivos do Monte
4640, Loivos do Monte
Set four megalithic dolmens, some with engravings on its mainstays.
Caminho da Ponte de Esmoriz
Deployed on the River, the bridge of Ovil Esmoriz is framed in a landscape marked by strong rurality. As in the case of Panchorra-, in Resende, the bridge of Esmoriz reflects the use of constructive models late enough. Consisting of a single round arch, is inserted into the set of road crossings associated with religious and economic importance of the nearby monastery of Ancede.