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Abrantes is a municipality in the central Médio Tejo subregion of Portugal. The population in 2011 was 39,325, in an area of 714.69 km². The municipality includes several parishes divided by the Tagus River, which runs through the middle of the municipality. The urbanized part, the parish of Abrantes e Alferrarede, located on the north bank of the Tagus, has about 17,000 residents.
Abrantes a.k.a. Abrantes F.C.: Abrantes Futebol Clube is a Portuguese football club from Abrantes. The team plays in the Second Division — Serie D.
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by Andrew Leith Hay
Abrantes is a large and populous town, confusedly built, containing but few good houses, the streets being steep, narrow, and irregular. Placed on the very summit of the eminence, it is exposed to the wind from every quarter; the cold in winter ...
by William T. Pink, George W. Noblit
Pedro Abrantes is a professor of sociology at Universidade Aberta, since 2013, and a researcher at the Instituto Universitário de Lisboa (CIES-IUL), since 2002, participating in (and recently coordinating) projects on education, youth, and ...
To which is Prefixed a View of the Political and Military State of the Four Belligerent Powers by comte Maximilien Foy
Abrantes is a considerable city.
The Town and Country Magazine, Or, Universal Repository of Knowledge, Instruction, and Entertainment (1771)
The country between Lisbon and Abrantes is a delicious plain, thick-set with olive, and other fruit-trees. The province ...
by A. T. Lane
FERREIRA, Domingos Abrantes of the anti-fascist emigration; died 2 March, 1933 in Paris of lung disease. See also M. G. Rossi, Francesco Luigi Ferrari Dalle leghe bianche al partito p0polare (1977); R. Cerrato, “Francesco Luigi Ferrari e ...
Electrochemical Dictionary (2012)
by Allen J. Bard, György Inzelt, Fritz Scholz
Abrantes Departamento de Química e Bioquímica FCUL Campo Grande 1749-016 Lisboa Portugal ...
The Popular Encyclopedia (1837)
Being a General Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, Literature, Biography, History, and Political Economy. Reprinted from the American Edition of the "Conversations Lexicon", with Corrections and Additions ...
ABRANTEs ; a city of 3,500 inhabitants, on the right bank of the Tagus, in the province of Estremadura, in Portugal. It is considered as of great military importance, on account of its situation on a number of steep hills, forming a defile; by reason, ...
by Edward Smedley, Hugh James Rose, Henry John Rose
ABRANTES, a large and populous town of Portugal, in the province of Estramadura, occupying a delightful eminence, which commands a pleasing and picturesque prospect, surrounded by luxuriant gardens and plantations. It is near the ...
Encyclopædia metropolitana; or, Universal dictionary of knowledge, ed. by E. Smedley, Hugh J. Rose and Henry J. Rose. [With] Plates (1845)
by Edward Smedley
ABRANTES, a large and populous town of Portugal, in the province of Estramadura, occupying* delightful eminence, which commands a pleasing and picturesque prospect, surrounded by luxuriant gardens and plantations. It is near the mouth ...
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