After a few years of interregnum, the Street Crib  de Évora Monte will once again be available for visits in the Historic Center of this Portuguese town until the next 7th of January.
Built in 2006 by the Évora Monte Castle Frienship Association (LACE), a member of the ENPP and by the town’s population, this Nativity scene combines the solemnity of this festive season with the feeling of peace that lives in the place where the Peace Treaty ending
the bloodiest Civil War that Portugal has known in almost 900 years of history was signed.
In addition to having been built by the population of the town, this Nativity scene is characterized by the fact that the faces of its human figures are plaster mold copies of the faces of some of its inhabitants.
The 2021 Street Crib, after recent recovery of its figures, was assembled by the Civil Parish Council of Évora Monte, an institution to which LACE gave it away permanently.