Giae sabugal

giae sabugal

Where is Sabugal in Portugal?

This place is situated in Oleiros, Pinhal Interior Sul, Centro, Portugal, its geographical coordinates are 39° 55 0 North, 8° 0 0 West and its original name (with diacritics) is Sabugal. See Sabugal photos and images from satellite below, explore the aerial photographs of Sabugal in Portugal.

What are the best places to see around Sabugal?

Just a 35-minute drive from Sabugal, this medieval castle with its relatively well-preserved pretty village within the fortified walls is another must-see in the region. Entry into the historical village and castle is free. The castle keep is beautifully rugged - built on a bluff and incorporating the giant granite boulders surrounding it.

When is the municipal holiday of Sabugal?

The municipal holiday is the Monday after Octave of Easter. It is also place for the Sabugal Dam built in 2000 and the river beach of Devesa, both located in the Côa river. At an elevation of roughly 750 m (2460 ft) above sea level, Sabugal is among the highest cities in Portugal.

Where can I find Sabugal 3D satellite map?

You can also dive right into Sabugal on unique 3D satellite map provided by Google Earth. With new GoogLe Earth plugin you can enjoy the interactive Sabugal 3D map within your web browser. No placemark has been added to this place yet.

What is the population of Sabugal?

Sabugal ( Portuguese pronunciation: [sɐβuˈɣal] ( listen)) is a city and a municipality in the District of Guarda in Portugal. The municipality population in 2011 was 12,544, in an area of 822.70 km². The city proper has a population of about 3,000. There are castles in Sabugal, Sortelha, Alfaiates, Vilar Maior, and Vila do Touro.

Is there a castle in Sabugal?

There is a castle in the city of Sabugal proper as well as other castles outside the urban centre in a number of places around the entire municipality of Sabugal. Those are the castles of Sortelha, Alfaiates, Vilar Maior and Vila do Touro. The municipal holiday is the Monday after Octave of Easter.

What are the best places to see around Sabugal?

Just a 35-minute drive from Sabugal, this medieval castle with its relatively well-preserved pretty village within the fortified walls is another must-see in the region. Entry into the historical village and castle is free. The castle keep is beautifully rugged - built on a bluff and incorporating the giant granite boulders surrounding it.

When is the municipal holiday of Sabugal?

The municipal holiday is the Monday after Octave of Easter. It is also place for the Sabugal Dam built in 2000 and the river beach of Devesa, both located in the Côa river. At an elevation of roughly 750 m (2460 ft) above sea level, Sabugal is among the highest cities in Portugal.

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