Campo Lameiro

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Campo Lameiro
municipality
Official seal of Campo Lameiro
Seal
Campo Lameiro is located in Spain
Campo Lameiro
Campo Lameiro
Location in Spain
Coordinates: 42°32′32″N 8°32′34″W / 42.54222°N 8.54278°W / 42.54222; -8.54278
Country Spain
Autonomous community Galicia
Province Pontevedra
Comarca Pontevedra
Government
 • Mayor Julio G Sayáns Bugallo
Area
 • Total 63.82 km2 (24.64 sq mi)
Population (2009)
 • Total 2,084
 • Density 33/km2 (85/sq mi)
Time zone CET (UTC+1)
 • Summer (DST) CET (UTC+2)

Campo Lameiro is a municipality in Galicia, Spain in the province of Pontevedra. Campo Lameiro is the Galician capital of rock art, with a large collection of petroglyphs located in the Archaeological Park of Campo Lameiro.

Petroglyphs located in Campo Lamerio, Spain

Location[edit]

The capital is A Lagoa, an entity belonging to the parish of Campo, which is 20 kilometers from the Pontevedra capital.

Parishes[edit]

The municipality is composed of 6 parishes comprising the following towns:

  • Parish of O Campo (San Miguel): A Lagoa, Campo Lameiro, Chacente, Morañó, Praderei and Alende.
  • Parish of O Couso (San Cristovo): Rozas, Castriño, Liñares, Fafide, Padín, Cimadevila and Castro de Orto.
  • Parish of Fragas (Santa Mariña): Laxe, Reboredo, As Cruces, Cerdeiras, Fontenla, Mullerboa, Redonde and Gargallóns.
  • Parish of Moimenta (Santa María): Moimenta, Lamosa, Painceiros, Paredes, Armonda and A Brea.
  • Parish of Montes (San Isidro): Parada and Fornelos.

Festivals[edit]

  • Festival of San Isidro Labrador (May 15)
  • Festival of Aguardiente (June)
  • Festival of San Antonio (June 13)
  • Festival of San Miguel (September 29)