Estremadura

(from the article `Portugal`) ...the essence of its relief and underlying geology can be described under three headings: the north, the northern interior, and the south. The old ...
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Estremadura

Estremadura (ushtrumudOO'ru) , region, W Portugal, formerly a province, now divided between the provinces of Estremadura and Ribatejo, with a small part in Beira Litoral. Estremadura province consists of S Leira, N Setúbal, and most of Lisboa districts. The capital of the province is Lisbon...
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Estremadura

Estremadura: see Extremadura, Spain.
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Estremadura

This largest wine-growing region in terms of wine production Portugal with a total of 60,000 hectares of vineyards (more than Austria Total) extends just north of Lisbon on the Atlantic coast along north to the city of Leiria and is also referred to as Oeste (the west). She closes the areas Alcobaca (IPR), Alenquer (DOC), Arruda (DOC), Bucelas (DOC...
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