Maria Da Feira

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São Paio De Oleiros
... Paio de Oleiros is a Portuguese parish, located in the municipality of Santa Maria da Feira ... The only hospital of the municipality of Santa Maria da Feira was once located in São Paio de Oleiros, after the opening of a bigger hospital in the seat of the municipality, Feira, in the late 1990s, the hospital of S ... Parishes of Santa Maria da Feira Municipality Argoncilhe Arrifana Caldas de São Jorge Canedo Escapães Espargo Feira Fiães Fornos Gião Guisande Lobão Louredo Lourosa ...
List Of Cities In Portugal - List
... From time immemorial Bragança Bragança 19,998 1464-02-23 Caldas da Rainha Caldas da Rainha 30,006 1927-08-26 Câmara de Lobos Câmara de Lobos 16,842 1996-08-02 ... Póvoa de Varzim Póvoa de Varzim 38,257 1973-06-16 Praia da Vitória Praia da Vitória 6,500 1981-06-20 Quarteira Loulé 21,000 1999-06-24 Queluz Sintra 75,179 1997-07-24 Rebordosa ...
Castle Of Santa Maria Da Feira - History
... Tradition has it that the Castle of Feira stands on the site of an indigenous temple dedicated to the local divinity Bandeve-Lugo Toiraeco, which was ... Alfonso III of León created the administrative and military region, that he called Terra de Santa Maria, he laid its defences in the military fortress that ... to reconstruct the Castle and develop the lands of the Terra de Santa Maria ...
DA - People With The Name
... Adi Da, a spiritual leader once known as Da Free John, and Da Love-Ananda. ...
Santa Maria Da Feira Municipality
... Santa Maria da Feira is a city and a municipality in Portugal with a total area of 215.1 km² and a total population of 140,494 inhabitants, and 107,458 voters ... several towns (vilas) and 3 cities (cidades) Santa Maria da Feira, Fiães and Lourosa ... During the Middle Ages, the lands of Santa Maria (as it was known back then) were infested by the dark plague ...

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