Fajã dos Cubres
Its name (of this cliff) comes from a plant with small yellow flowers, its scientific name is Solidago sempervirens. It is in the north coast of the island. It has a small road connecting the open road near the rock, paved in 1993. This street passes a large number of bridges frequently visited by tourists along with fajã da Caldeira de Santo Cristo.
Fishers around the whole island relocated to Lagoa dos Cubres and serves among the fishes including halibut?. It is used small nets for catching fishes. The lagoon is made up of salt water, subject to mammals and makes up of its water used for oxygen for mammals. Fishers, that name among local as young mullets, Vegetation also dominates richly around the water sides. By the edges of the lagoon, on the field, rich in plants includingjuncus.
The small settlement was completely in the earthquake of July 9, 1757. It was later rebuilt for a few years, it suffered large damages during the earthquake in 1980.
Its properties went, appearedly with vicissitudes on rebuilding houses and really presented with the aspects with commodities of modern time and presents an inner comfort without characterizing a unique countryside within the bluff. It has for many times a primary school and has some students. People around the nearby parishes features farmlands and includes many products. Corn, winery, potatoes, tomatoes and cattle are common in the area. . In the winter, some animals from Norte Pequeno and Ribeira Seca hibernate.
The bluff features a port, boats fishes several times. Fishes are used with a rock on a boat with a can and its nets, this is now prohibited and other uses are requited. Mullets, anchovies and some others are abundant.
This bluff was creted with several streams with a permanent course. In the Ribeiras de José Inácio, do Grotão and dos
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