Alentejo

Portuguese vineyard situated south-east of Lisbon.
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Alentejo

region and historical province of south-central Portugal. It lies southeast of the Tagus (Tejo) River and is bounded on the east by the Spanish ... [1 related articles]
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Alentejo

Alentejo (ulāntā'zhoo) , historic province, SE Portugal, now divided into Altro (Upper) Alentejo (4,888 sq mi/12,660 sq km) and Baixo (Lower) Alentejo (5,318 sq mi/13,774 sq km). The capital of Altro Alentejo is Évora, and the capital of Baixo Alentejo is Beja. The historic prov...
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Alentejo

Its main cities are Évora, Elvas, Portalegre (Upper Alentejo), Beja, Moura, Serpa (Lower Alentejo) and Sines (Coastal Alentejo). Being a traditional region, it is also one of the more recent seven Regions of Portugal (NUTS II subdivisions). Today, Lezíria do Tejo subregion, formerly belonging to Lisboa e Vale do Tejo region, is part of Alentejo ...
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Alentejo

Largest Province Portugal from Lisbon to the north, the Spanish border in the east and the province of Algarve in the south. Within the area defined as a DOC with a total of 20,000 hectares of vineyards are the sub-areas Borba , Evora , Moura , Portalegre , Redondo , Reguengos and Vidigueira . These were earlier declared as a separate doc sections ...
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