Alcobaça

town, west-central Portugal. It lies at the confluence of the Alcoa and Baça rivers, just south-southwest of the city of Leiria. Alcobaça is notable ...
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Alcobaça

Alcobaça (ulkoobä'su) , town (1991 pop. 5,235), Leiria dist., W central Portugal, in Estremadura. The town, a fruit processing and textile center, became a center of the Cistercians in the reign of Alfonso I, and its abbey (building begun 1152) was the greatest of medieval Portugal. Th...
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Alcobaca

The IPR area in the Portuguese region Estremadura near the Atlantic coast is named after the town of the same name with a famous monastery. It includes the city district areas of Alcabaca, Rainha Caldas and Porto de Mós. The red and white wines are made from the indigenous varieties Arinto, Baga, Fernão Pires, Malvasia, Periquita (Castelão Franc...
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