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Ucanha

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Ucanha
Location
3610-175 UCANHA
District:Viseu
County :Tarouca
Parish:Ucanha
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Number of inhabitants: 302

Description of the place: Ucanha was council’s headquarters until the liberal reforms. It is situated in the uneven riverbanks of Varosa river, owned by the Salzedas Cistercian convent. You must visit here the fortified bridge tower (12th century), a rare monument in Portugal, the pillory (17th century), the main church and the Romanic ruins (in the place of Abadia Velha), the living proof that the structures of a Romanic temple existed in this place.

Points of interest: It has as points of interest the pillory which dates back to the 17th century, the Igreja Matriz, the 12th century Bridge and Tower and the roman ruins. In the location of the Abadia Velha (Abbey), it is said that there is a structure of a roman temple. A fortified bridge, very rare in Portugal is in itself worthy of a visit.

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MORE INFORMATION

Number of inhabitants: 302

Description of the place: Ucanha was council’s headquarters until the liberal reforms. It is situated in the uneven riverbanks of Varosa river, owned by the Salzedas Cistercian convent. You must visit here the fortified bridge tower (12th century), a rare monument in Portugal, the pillory (17th century), the main church and the Romanic ruins (in the place of Abadia Velha), the living proof that the structures of a Romanic temple existed in this place.

Points of interest: It has as points of interest the pillory which dates back to the 17th century, the Igreja Matriz, the 12th century Bridge and Tower and the roman ruins. In the location of the Abadia Velha (Abbey), it is said that there is a structure of a roman temple. A fortified bridge, very rare in Portugal is in itself worthy of a visit.

If any of the information is incorrect, please send an email to lifecooler office

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