Marco da IV Légua
Built in 1788, by determination of Queen d. Maria i. was removed from their place of origin and is deposited in a garden in front of the old Municipal market of Alverca. The original monument just leaves the top of the landmark: a square base pyramid and concave sides topped by sphere with Sundial carved. This milestone is part of the other 12 that marked the first road between Lisbon and Santarém.
Avenida dos Combatentes da Guerra
2600,Alverca do Ribatejo
- Difficult external parking
- Archeological sites
Monuments near Marco da IV Légua
Chafariz do Caminho do Jogo
Source that attests to the rurally patent in the history of the parish of Tallaght
Conjunto de Fortalezas das Linhas de Torres (vestígios)
Traces scattered over an area quite extensive documenting a set of defensive walls built by Portuguese and British troops during the Napoleonic invasions. Alon…
Igreja de Nossa Senhora da Assunção / Igreja Paroquial de Vialonga
This church has one only Nave covered with tiles from the XVIII century, which show scenes from the Holy Mother life. There are three lateral arches ornate wit…
Igreja de Nossa Senhora de Alcamé
Isolated in the middle of the Lezíria, religious, Baroque architecture, the Church of our Lady of Alcamé is erected under a raised platform to prevent the entr…
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