When did Portugal be named Portugal?
Well, in 1128 the, soon to be the first Portuguese King, D. Afonso Henriques created the Portucalense county after a war against his mother's armys the king, in 1143, against the wishes of the Pope created Portugal.
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Portugal is next to Spain, in the south of Europe. Is the most westcountry in this continent. A good country for vacations with thebeautiful landscapes, beatches and hills. I…n Europe, Portugal is southwest of Spain. Portugal is right next to Spain (both of these nations are part ofwhat is known as the Iberian Peninsula) at the western end ofEurope. Portugal is located in southwestern Europe. Portugal and Spain makeup the Iberian Peninsula. The latitude of the Iberian Peninsula is 40'00 North . Its longitude is 5'00 West . Portugal is bordered by Spain on the east and north. The AtlanticOcean borders Portugal on the south and west. Portugal is in southern Europe and it occupies most of the westernside coast of the Iberian Peninsular, which it shares with Spain.
Some facts about Portugal include the fact that over 230 millionpeople speak Portuguese and Portugal produces half of the world'scork. Portugal is also the home of the largest… Santa Claus parade.
A country in Europe. it is next to Spain
As upset about the global economy crysis, as outraged about the war and as unhappy with our local government as any other country out there. So... doing fine.
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The name 'Ocegueda' may be a name from Portugal or from Spain. That's especially the case all along the Portuguese-Spanish border. Specifically, it's back and forth across Por…tugal's border with the extreme southwestern Spanish province of Galicia that one family's name may be found among Spanish, Portuguese and Galician speakers or in Spanish, Portuguese and Galician forms. For example, the way in which the name 'Ocegueda' is spelled tends to be considered a local or regional variant on the Spanish feminine noun 'cequera' for 'blindness'. But the word in Portuguese is similar: 'cegueira' .
The early history of Portugal, whose name derives from the Roman name Portus Cale which means the Port of the Celts, is shared with the rest of the Iberian Peninsula. The n…ame Spain was derived from the ancient Roman name for Iberia, Hispania .
When the Arabians invaded Portugal they found many oranges. in Arabic oranges are called 'bortugal' so they named it after that. by shahriar uddin
The people of Galicia in Portugal have made several applications to be considered a Celtic nation, and in fact B (the 'Celtic' bloodgroup) is prominent in the region. But Ga…licia is no more Brythonic than many other parts of Europe, and Portuguese is certainly not a Celtic language - so overall it makes more sense to consider the Galicians as Romance.
what is the smmallest city in portugal
Do you want to know the names of those who died or those who survived? Oh, wait. They are all dead now. Doesn't matter. Who cares since they are all dead? Tell your teacher th…at there are more important things to discuss such as Portuguese culture. Currently, the Portuguese are in the middle of a cultural revolution. With the use of fire, they are now burning down their old huts and using abandoned rafts to construct new more artistic and eye-pleasing structures. These structures often house some of the finest artwork crafted with stone by the people of this up and coming nation.
They've adopted the Euro in 2002, along with the rest of mainland Europe.