Portucale

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Portucale can mean:

  • Portus Cale, old Roman name of an ancient town and port in current day Portugal, in the area of today's Grande Porto (north of the country)
  • Portucale, the name by which, at the time of the Suebi and Visigoths, the area of today's Grande Porto was known
  • County of Portugal, the predecessor of the kingdom of Portugal
  • Portugal, the European country, whose name derives from Portucale
  • Porto (also Oporto), a city in northern Portugal and the second largest city in Portugal. The name Porto comes from the Portu root of Portucale
    • Vila Nova de Gaia, or simply Gaia, a city in Portugal, in the Porto district. The name Gaia comes from the Cale root of Portucale