Marvao, a village of barely 150 people, sits on a dazzling rock outcrop only about 800 feet wide, 1,700 feet long and 2,800 feet above the surrounding Sever River valley.
Marvao, a village of barely 150 people, sits on a dazzling rock outcrop only about 800 feet wide, 1,700 feet long and 2,800 feet above the surrounding Sever River valley. Jose Manuel Turismo de Portugal
Marvao, a village of barely 150 people, sits on a dazzling rock outcrop only about 800 feet wide, 1,700 feet long and 2,800 feet above the surrounding Sever River valley. Jose Manuel Turismo de Portugal

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February 11, 2016 9:00 PM

Portugal’s fortified towns were built high above valleys as lookouts for invaders

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