Castelo de Alcanede

The primitive Castle, rebuilt in the 13th century, suffered considerable damage in the 1531 earthquake. In 1954 there were works to consolidate the cloths between walls conserved integrally, the adarves and the Merlons, part of the keep and the Barbican. Juxtaposed to the main door there is an interesting sculpture, representing three castles and an eagle.


Rua da Encosta do Castelo


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