Principais Cidades De Portugal

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  • 1. Main Cities of Portugal (Cathedral Cathedral) City of Porto (Tower de Belém) City of Lisbon Church of St. Martin of Estói) City of Faro
  • 2. City of Porto
  • 3.
    • Porto is a Portuguese city of 41.66 square kilometers of area where they live around 240,000 inhabitants. The city metropolis formed by municipalities adjacent to each other forming a single urban center has about 1,400,000 inhabitants. Besides, is the center of a large metropolitan area with about 2 million inhabitants.
    seal of the port
  • 4. Flag of the port The city of Porto known as the Capital of the North or the City Invicta. The city that gave the name of Portugal very early stage that called for Portus, coming later to become the capital of County Portucalense, or Portucale (United who gave his name to Portugal). Also a city known worldwide for its wine, its center hist rich, cataloged as Patrim nio World by UNESCO and its famous football club Clube do Porto.
  • 5. City of Lisbon
  • 6. Lisbon is the largest city of Portugal. The city, in addition to being the country's capital, is also capital of the district of Lisbon, the Lisbon region, the metropolitan area of Lisbon, and is still the main center of the sub-region of Greater Lisbon statistics. The region of Lisbon, with a capita GDP higher than the EU average, is the richest region of Portugal. It has 564 657 inhabitants and a metropolitan area in which occupies about 2,750 square kilometers, with about 3 million inhabitants. The county is divided into 53 parishes and is under study the formation of a new parish. seal of the lisbon
  • 7. Is bordered to the north with the municipalities and Odivelas Loures, Oeiras with the west, northwest and southeast with Amadora with the Tagus estuary. For this estuary, linking Lisbon to the counties of the south: Almada, Seixal, Barreiro, Moita, Montijo and Alcochete. Lisbon has many tourist attractions. Their neighborhoods attract visitors by its typical characteristics. The low Pombaline, Bethlehem, Chiado and Bairro Alto, are areas where flooding thousands of toFaz and visitors annually. The principal means of travel in Lisbon, is the Metropolitano de Lisboa of Rail and buses. But every day come in Lisbon about 5 million cars, from the peripheral districts. Flag of the lisbon
  • 8. City of Faro
  • 9. Faro is a Portuguese city with 41 307 inhabitants, capital of the District of Faro, the region, sub-region and the former province of Algarve which occupies an area of 4,960 square kilometers and where they live 426 386 inhabitants. It is the seat of a municipality with 201.6 square kilometers in area and 58 739 inhabitants, divided into 6 parishes. The council is limited to the north and west by the municipality of São Brás de Alportel, east of Olhão, Loulé by the west and south coast is in the Atlantic Ocean. The city is, through Faro Airport is the second largest external input of the country, giving it a cosmopolitan valencia pointedly.