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Largo da Fonte
5460, Alturas do Barroso
The source of bass, is a source of diving where once people would dive into the containers to remove water for domestic consumption. The water is stored in a small tank, protected by walls and a roof in granite slabs, and the surplus flows into the Laundry downstairs, which is attached.
Calhelha da Lama
Old source where the local population was going to fetch water for everyday uses. Has a structure consisting of a granite wall with a pipe support empedrado by where the water flows into a tank.
Rua da Fonte da Careta
Granite structure with a frown in the central part which serves as support to the pipe where water gushes out.
Rua da Fonte
Old source where the local population would get the water used in the tasks of everyday life.
5150, Vila Nova de Foz Côa
19th century railroad bridge, built on the Douro River, connecting Vila Nova de Foz Coa to Torre de Moncorvo. Although its construction has started in the late 19th century, was only inaugurated in 1909. Is out of service for more than twenty years.
5460-030, Vilarinho Seco
Source protected by a granite structure. Three steps give access to a rectangular tank protected by walls, sides and rear, topped by granite slabs, retain the purity of these waters that once the local population used in the tasks of everyday life.
Largo do Alto da Fonte
Source of diving, dated 1753, where, formerly, the people of the village were going to fetch water for everyday tasks.
Rua 25 de Abril
Ancient source of diving, protected by a granite structure, where the local population would fetch water for the household.
Water mill used for grinding grain. This caster mill, also known as Arubah mill, has the peculiarity of the admission of the water be made using a vertical structure.