#Monsanto a whole village made of stone, #Portugal
Monsanto Village (granite made, inhabited since Lower Palaeolithic / Ice Ages) - Portugal
#Restaurant in Monsanto, #Portugal
Monsanto, Portugal: A Town Built on Boulders
'The Most Portuguese Town In Portugal' Is A European Must-See | Via Huffington Post | 11.11.2014 - Let's face facts: Any place that has a superlative in its name is pretty much our jam. And Monsanto, Portugal is no exception. The ancient village, which just so happens to be close to the country's highest mountain, Serra da Estrela, is aptly titled the "Most Portuguese Town in Portugal", most likely thanks to its unbelievably unique construction, rich history and authentic food. #Portugal
Monsanto is a beautiful Portuguese village built on the side of a mountain. Local houses are squeezed between huge boulders and narrow streets are carved from the rock. It was named “the most Portuguese village in Portugal” in 1938.
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