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The street, Camino de Santiago passes through the village from one end to the other.

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The bar CTR Pereje has a terrace. At the exit of the town is el albergue, situated just in front of a curious drinking fountain, which works using pistons.  

Legend has it that Queen Isabella tried to take the Chalice of O Cebreiro to the plateau, but on reaching Pereje her horses refused to continue the journey. The monarch interpreted this behaviour of the horses as a sign from God and ordered the piece to be returned to its place.  

In its day, Pereje had a hospital and a prison for pilgrims. There also stands the Church of Santa Maria Magdalena, of clear pilgrim influence.


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