Cerveruela

Cerveruela is located in the vicinity of the Sierra de Peco, in a place of dark shales Huerva the river, forming a very picturesque spot. On one of the cliffs of the gorge, rises a medieval defensive tower.

The parish church of St. James has a tower of two bodies, the lower and upper ashlar brick.
It sits on the highest part of the town. Is Baroque and the date of its construction is set around the eighteenth century. His altarpieces are popular character of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, highlighting the altar of the Virgin of Pilar.

The Peirón of the Virgen del Pilar, is situated at the junction of Old Road to Daroca Paniza and the harbor.

Its natural environment invites walks and hiking trails that will bring us closer to the river river Huerva soto and make us appreciate the poplarsenvironment and oak headboards plus an unparalleled peace and tranquility.

In recent years, a cultural association, The Chaminera that smokes, has recreated including the tradition of making charcoal, as was done in the last century, an activity that contributed , to the local economy.

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Peral
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Pueblo
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Mirador
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Iglesia parroquial dedicada a Santiago Apóstol
Soto fluvial del río Huerva

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