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Aldeia De Piodao Arganil Portugal 5

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The Village of Piódão is one of the most beautiful in Portugal and is classified as an Historical Village of Portugal.
Located in the center of the country in the slopes of the Açor Mountain, it is one of the tourist attractions in this area, with a good offer of accomodation, restaurants and traditional products gift shops.
Typical houses are made of Schist and Slate and are very well maintained since centuries ago. The villagers enjoy a rural communitarian life style that lasted for many centuries and is possible to appreciate even today.

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A: Aldeia De Piodao Arganil Portugal 4

di Carlos Chegado, 30 metri di distanza

The Village of Piódão is one of the most beautiful in Portugal and is classified as an Historical Vil...

Aldeia De Piodao Arganil Portugal 4

B: Aldeia De Piodao Arganil Portugal 3

di Carlos Chegado, 30 metri di distanza

The Village of Piódão is one of the most beautiful in Portugal and is classified as an Historical Vil...

Aldeia De Piodao Arganil Portugal 3

C: Aldeia De Piodao Arganil Portugal 1

di Carlos Chegado, 30 metri di distanza

The Village of Piódão is one of the most beautiful in Portugal and is classified as an Historical Vil...

Aldeia De Piodao Arganil Portugal 1

D: Aldeia De Piodao Arganil Portugal 2

di Carlos Chegado, 140 metri di distanza

The Village of Piódão is one of the most beautiful in Portugal and is classified as an Historical Vil...

Aldeia De Piodao Arganil Portugal 2

E: Varanda De Avo View Over Avo Village

di Carlos Chegado, 10.7 km di distanza

This is the vew from Varandas de Avô to the beautiful little Avô village.

Varanda De Avo View Over Avo Village

F: Aldeias de Xisto Fajão 1

di Sotero Ferreira, 12.1 km di distanza

Aldeias de Xisto Fajão 1

G: Aldeias de Xisto Fajão 2

di Sotero Ferreira, 12.1 km di distanza

Aldeias de Xisto Fajão 2

H: Aldeias de xisto Fajão

di Sotero Ferreira, 12.2 km di distanza

Aldeias de xisto Fajão

I: Vale Glaciar -Unhais da Serra - Serra da Estrela

di Sotero Ferreira, 17.8 km di distanza

Vale Glaciar -Unhais da Serra - Serra da Estrela

J: Vale Glaciar 1 -Unhais da Serra - Serra da Estrela

di Sotero Ferreira, 18.3 km di distanza

Vale Glaciar 1 -Unhais da Serra - Serra da Estrela

Questo panorama è stato scattato in Portugal, Europe

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Text by Steve Smith.

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