|Intermunic. comm.||Alentejo Central|
|• Total||99.38 km2 (38.37 sq mi)|
|• Density||5.7/km2 (15/sq mi)|
|Time zone||UTC±00:00 (WET)|
|• Summer (DST)||UTC+01:00 (WEST)|
Evoramonte, or Évora-monte, (officially spelled Évora Monte) is a civil parish in the municipality of Estremoz in the Alentejo Central subregion of Portugal. The population in 2011 was 569, in an area of 99.38 km².
Distinguished by its historic castle, the territory was founded in 1160.
Around 1801, there were approximately 2661 inhabitants in the municipality of Evoramonte, an area that included approximately 227 square kilometres (88 sq mi). At that time, the municipality included five parishes: Evoramonte, São Pedro, São Bento do Mato, Freixo and Vidigão. After the administrative reforms that started with beginnings of Liberalism, the parish of Santa Justa was annexed to the municipal authority. In 1849, there were 3030 inhabitants in a territory of 270 square kilometres (100 sq mi).
It was on 26 May 1834, that the historical Convenção de Evoramonte (Concession of Evoramonte) was signed between the forces of Queen Maria II (under her father Peter IV), and the forces of Miguel I, ending the Liberal Wars between liberal and absolutist forces. Consequently, Miguel was forced into exile
The possession of the House of Braganza, it was a municipality until the 19th century.
- Instituto Nacional de Estatística
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- Birmingham, David (1993), Portugal: A concise history, Cambridge, England: Cambridge University Press