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Baixo Alentejo Province

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Subject: Setúbal District, Districts of Portugal, Alentejo, Beja District, Castro Verde Municipality, Paulo Guerra, Frederico Rosa, Baixo Alentejo Subregion
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Baixo Alentejo Province

Baixo Alentejo

Location of Baixo Alentejo in Portugal in 1936.
Country Portugal
Seat Beja

Baixo Alentejo was a Portuguese province. It was abolished with the Constitution of 1976.



The area is equal to the area covered by Baixo Alentejo Subregion and Alentejo Litoral Subregion.


Municipality District Subregion
Alcácer do Sal Setúbal Alentejo Litoral
Aljustrel Beja Baixo Alentejo
Almodôvar Beja Baixo Alentejo
Alvito Beja Baixo Alentejo
Barrancos Municipality Beja Baixo Alentejo
Beja Municipality Beja Baixo Alentejo
Castro Verde Municipality Beja Baixo Alentejo
Cuba Municipality Beja Baixo Alentejo
Ferreira do Alentejo Municipality Beja Baixo Alentejo
Grândola Municipality Setúbal Alentejo Litoral
Mértola Municipality Beja Baixo Alentejo
Moura Municipality Beja Baixo Alentejo
Odemira Municipality Beja Alentejo Litoral
Ourique Municipality Beja Baixo Alentejo
Santiago do Cacém Municipality Setúbal Alentejo Litoral
Serpa Municipality Beja Baixo Alentejo
Sines Municipality Setúbal Alentejo Litoral
Vidigueira Municipality Beja Baixo Alentejo

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