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  • Important cities in Portugal
    • Lisboa, Porto, Funchal and Coimbra.
  • Lisboa
  • Lisboa
    • Lisbon is a great and interesting. It is also beautiful, and historic capital of Portugal.
    • There are also some historical sites, such as the Tower of Belém, the Monastery of Jerónimos.
    • Lisbon is the capital largest city of Portugal.
  • Porto
  • Porto
    • Porto is a city in the north, very interesting and with many people. It is a good city to visit.
    The city of Porto is known as the Capital City of the North or the Invicta. It is the city that gave the name to Portugal - from very early (c. 200 BC) that are designated for Portus, coming later to become the capital of County Portucalense or Portucale (United which gave the name of Portugal).
  • Coimbra
  • Coimbra
        • Coimbra is a university town and large. It has many places to visit, as For example: The small of Portugal. The District of Coimbra is a Portuguese district, belonging mostly to the traditional province of Beira Litoral
  • Funchal
  • Funchal
    • Funchal is a city in the Portuguese island of Madeira, the capital of the Autonomous Region of Madeira, and the ninth most populous city of Portugal. The city matches your county, and has 76.25 km ² in area and 103 962 inhabitants (2001)
    • Made by: Rita Elias
    • 8ºD nº17