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

The region in Portugal lies between the capital Lisbon in the north, the border to Spain in the east, the region Algarve in the south and the Atlantic in the west. Within the area defined as DOC with 20,000 hectares of vineyards are the eight sub-areas Borba. Évora. Granja-Amareleja. Moura. Portalegre. Redondo. Reguengos and Vidigueira, These were...
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