What is the population of the Azores?
The Azores are nine islands and rocky islets in the Atlantic Ocean less than 1,000 miles from Portugal. They're an autonomous region. According to the 2001 Census, their population was 241,763. It's estimated at 243,018 for 2006. In 2007 the population was around 244,000.
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A group of volcanic islands in the northern Atlantic Ocean about 1,448 km (900 mi) west of mainland Portugal, of which they are administrative districts. Fishing, farming, and… tourism are important to their economy.
The Azores are an autonomous region of Portugal.
It is governed by Spain. Sorry, but Portugal governs the Azores.I am here at the moment, speaking Portuguese in an autonomousregion of Portugal called AÃ§ores. The Spanish c…ome here tovisit.
The Azores Islands are owned by Portugal
The Azore Islands are owned by the country of Portugal
off the west coast of africa. try searching it on wikipedia .com
Azores does not have a governor, it has a president. The president (government) is Vasco Cordeiro and the president (assembleia) is Ana Luis.
The Azores is the beginning of Europe.
Azores is an archipel, a group composed by nine islands formed in the middle of the atlantic.
The Azores are an island group in the northern Atlantic Ocean. They belong to the country of Portugal .
About 1000 km from the coast of Portugal's Capital Lisbon and it is also owned by Portugal.
Latitude: N 37Â° 44' 28.4964"
Angra do HeroÃsmo, Horta, and Ponta Delgada.
Azor was created in 1948.