ⓘ Porto do Son

Porto do Son

ⓘ Porto do Son

Porto do Son is a municipality of northwestern Spain in the province of A Coruña, in the autonomous community of Galicia. The municipality of Porto do Son encompasses a collection of coastal towns and villages in from including the town of Porto do Son itself, and other towns such as Portosin. The area is around 25 km by 6 km and has many beaches along with some famous Celtic ruins, the castro called the "Castro de Baroña".

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  • Diocese of Montenegro, making it a Suffragan See in the province of the metropolitan archdiocese of Porto Alegre, from whose territory it was taken.
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  • Portugal exited in the group stage. Andre s son Andre, was also a footballer and a midfielder. He too played for Porto and Varzim. Primeira Liga: 1984 85, 1985 86
  • municipality in the Porto Metropolitan Area, Grande Porto subregion, in Norte Region, Portugal. It is located 11 km north of central Porto The population
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  • to Viana do Castelo. When Porto rose against collaboration with the French occupiers, Luis organized a Provisional Government Junta in Viana do Castelo
  • parish with Porto Moniz, Santana, Calheta and Funchal to the east, and another which connects the village to Fajã da Ovelha and Jardim do Mar, along the

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