Thursday, June 1, 2017

Another Day, Another Anta

We were driving down the road, minding our own business, when all of a sudden another "Anta" archaeological sign appears, right on the road, and of course we had to turn around and park to see it. It was the Anta da Pera do Moco, a smaller one, by Portuguese standards (would have been huge in some other places), but well worth the stop.

Nice interpretive signage, although not in English too

Bit of a fixer-upper, but the roof was still good, especially for
6,000 years old

Further down the road, after Trancosa and en route to Lamego,
we followed other signs, but never found this one, despite
signage and GPS; oh well, maybe next time; we have had very
good luck finding megaliths on this trip

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