Historical Sites in Portugal, to visit the Algarve, near the municipality of Loulé and next Querença
Cerro do Castelo de Santa Justa
The Chalcolitic village of Santa Justa or Cerro do Castelo de Santa Justa, is located in in Martim
Longo, Alcoutim (Faro District, Algarve, Portugal), at South Almodôvar (Alentejo - Beja District), at NorthEast Querença, Salir and Loulé, East São Braz de Alportel and NorthEast Tavira. Is an archaeological site of the old copper age.
Not very big town, where about 50 people lived from agriculture andSão Braz de Alportel, sa shephered. This population lived part of their business to the exploitation of copper and produton of copper articles in that location. Fortified oval shape, with thick walls defended by bastions and towers and walls addorsed hollow or empty, the entrance was a door supported by a tower.
The entry was lateral and did in the elbow. It is a poor community with concerns defensive. Cabins in circular shape and some with the remains of copper smelting.
It is classified as a Public Interest.
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