Menhir de Meada in Castelo de Vide
This menhir, which is located in the settlement of the same name, is the largest in the Iberian Peninsula. It ia dated as being from the Neolíthic and is a monolith over 7 metres high and weighing 18 tons.
When it was discovered it was split in two, no doubt owing to natural causes, it was restored in 1993 by the Portuguese government. In addition, coals from the 5th century B.C. were also found on this site. This menhir is part of the megalithic complexes of the basin of the River Sever.