Pedrógão Pequeno

Located on a foothil above the Zêzere river, eighteen kilometres away from the parish's siege, Pedrógão Pequeno is an old village with several roman vestiges. It was once the siege of the parish (charter given by Dom Manuel I in 1513) under the name of Pedógão do Crato. The parish was extinct in 1834 and became a part of Sertã. There are still vestiges of the pillory left (classed as a National Monument). The church, in the manuelin style and composed of two wide naves, dates back to the 17th century. A special note to the hermitage of Our Lady of Confiança, the church of Misericórdia, the crucifix of the belvedere, the Cabril walk and dam and the roman and filipine bridges. The stone houses are quite picturesque.


Pedrógão Pequeno


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