They are narrow rectangular structures used for drying and storing corn, and they dot the country-side of northern Portugal. Some date back to the eighteenth century and have crosses on top to bless and protect the corn. Perhaps not the best exemple of an Espigeiro but an unexspected and interesting find nevertheless.
|To carry on with the G theme here are a few juvanile greenfinches seen on the same outing.|
One more look at the green gate with Espigeiro seen from the road.
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