Ponte de Cabril

According to legend, the bridge was built by the Philippine kings, replacing an existing Roman bridge in the vicinity. It is based on 3 full arches, the central one with the largest span. It has a flat board and stonework side guards with access ramps on both sides.


Estrada Cabril
3270,Pedrógão Grande


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Monuments near Ponte de Cabril

Capela de São Sebastião

Simple architecture, Chapel of white facade and with granite trim. At the top is the Bell Tower and nave and chancel, articulated this last with triumphal arch…

Capela do Calvário

Chapel preceded abroad by a flight of stairs in granite, that matches the trim of the Chapel itself and its Bell Tower, surmounted by the cross of Christ. The …

Casa da Albergaria de São Pedro

Currently, this 17th century building is private property, but functioned as albergaria, although it is not known for sure if this was the first place where we…

Casa da Criança

This House, located in the immediate vicinity of the Museum Peter Cruz, was a Brazilian immigrant, but is running as kindergarten since 1990, after refurbishme…

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