Castelo de Amieira do Tejo

Castle built by d. Álvaro Gonçalves Pereira in 1350, having been the target of several modifications in the following centuries. This castle was a vast line of forts and watchtowers that protected the much attacked banks of Tagus River. Its architectural conception indicates a function-oriented protection and refuge of the people. This contradicted granite Castle is an important symbol of Portuguese military architecture of the time. Deployed in a privileged location, on the banks of the Tagus River, has a nice panoramic view. Has the shape of a quadrangle and is flanked by four towers. The Chapel, located outside the walls, was built two centuries after the Castle, probably by Dom António Prior do Crato.


Praça Dom Nuno Álvares Pereira
6050-136,Amieira do Tejo


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