The Fonte do Ídolo
, in Braga.
Nabia was the goddess of rivers and water in Gallaecian and Lusitanian mythology, in the territory of modern Galicia (Spain), Asturias (Spain) and Portugal.
The present-day Navia River and Avia (river) in Galicia and Asturias, was named in honor of the deity . Likewise, the Neiva River, near Braga (Bracara Augusta, old Roman capital of Gallaecia) and Nabão River that passes through the city of Tomar are also named after her .
The goddess Nabia was very popular in the territory of the Callaici Bracari with several inscriptions, like the one at Braga's Fonte do Ídolo (Portuguese for Fountain of the Idol).
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