Visiting S. Vicente do Paul
After five or six visits I had the chance to look around.
Yes, it is a modest sportive pavilion wit a few houses around, but I think that the main village is spread several hundred meters apart, far enough to dis-encourage a walking visit, with dance going on.
To be honest I saw nothing really attractive in S. Vicente do Paul.
Maybe because I was born in a village, used to the simple views and signs of rural people, I have not the sensible eyes of those born in the concrete jungles, and able to appreciate any simple detail.
I don’t have it, but I try.
Located north of the river Tejo, not so outstanding as in the southern bank, the “Ribatejano” way of life is also present and clearly visible – cattle and agriculture everywhere.
Great progress in the village!
The wild space where we parked and made the first local picture is deeply transformed, in a well-conceived and nice square.
Yes! S. Vicente do Paul is changing.
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