Dão-Lafões

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Dão-Lafões

Dão-Lafões (Portuguese pronunciation: [dɐ̃w̃ lɐˈfõj̃ʃ]) is a former Portuguese NUTS III sub-region in the Centro Region. It was abolished at the January 2015 NUTS 3 revision.[1] It was located in central Portugal, and had an approximate area of 3,483 km² and 286,315 inhabitants. Its largest city was Viseu (with approx. 50,000 inhabitants).

Municipalities[edit]

All the above municipalities are either towns or city, and lie in Viseu District, except for Aguiar, which is part of Guarda District.

References[edit]

Coordinates: 40°39′19″N 7°54′51″W / 40.65528°N 7.91417°W / 40.65528; -7.91417