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Mazouco Rock Art

Archaeological Heritage

Mazouco, 5180-320, - Freixo de Espada à Cinta

41.1402, -6.76328


It is the first open-air Palaeolithic rock art site to be discovered in Portugal, in 1981. The engravings represent three zoomorphic motifs, the clearest of which is that of a horse. The place is known, by the inhabitants of the region, under the name of Carneira.