Pavilhão Rosa Mota

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Coordinates: 41°08′48.76″N 8°37′33.56″W / 41.1468778°N 8.6259889°W / 41.1468778; -8.6259889

Porto's Pavilhão Rosa Mota.

Pavilhão Rosa Mota is an arena in Porto, Portugal. Pavilhão Rosa Mota opened in 1954 and holds 5,400 people. The pavilion was previously known as Pavilhão dos Desportos but in 1991 it was renamed after Rosa Mota, a Portuguese European, World and Olympic champion in marathon running. It is primarily used for basketball.

Preceded by
None
European Men's Handball Championship
Final Venue

1994
Succeeded by
Palacio San Pablo
Seville