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Amarante, Portugal: Amarante is a town and a municipality in Porto District, in northern Portugal. Amarante is situated in the agricultural lands of the Minho region, and belongs to the Porto district, region Norte and sub-region Támega. The population in 2011 was 56,264, in an area of 301.33 km². The city itself had a population of 11,261 in 2001.
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by William Harrison De Puy
AMARANTE, Portugal, an ancient town of the province of Entre Minho e Pouro, 38 miles northeast of Oporto, on the Tamega, a tributary of the Douro. Among interesting features are a Gothic church of the sixteenth century, and a bridge the ...
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