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Index of Portugal-related articles

The following is a list of Portugal-related articles. Those interested in the subject can monitor changes to the pages by clicking on Related changes in the sidebar.

  • Top
  • 0–9
  • A
  • B
  • C
  • D
  • E
  • F
  • G
  • H
  • I
  • J
  • K
  • L
  • M
  • N
  • O
  • P
  • Q
  • R
  • S
  • T
  • U
  • V
  • W
  • X
  • Y
  • Z

Contents

  • 0–9 1
  • A 2
  • B 3
  • C 4
  • D 5
  • E 6
  • F 7
  • G 8
  • H 9
  • I 10
  • J 11
  • K 12
  • L 13
  • M 14
  • N 15
  • O 16
  • P 17
  • Q 18
  • R 19
  • S 20
  • T 21
  • U 22
  • V 23
  • W 24
  • X 25
  • Y 26
  • Z 27
  • See also 28

0–9

1383–1385 Crisis · 1755 Lisbon earthquake 1969 Portugal earthquake

A

A Portuguesa · Afonso I of Portugal · Afonso II of Portugal · Afonso III of Portugal · Afonso IV of Portugal · Afonso V of Portugal · Afonso VI of Portugal · Alexandre Herculano de Carvalho e Araujo · Alves Reis · Anglo-Portuguese Alliance · Angola · Anthony of Portugal · António de Oliveira Salazar · Assembly of the Republic (Portugal) · Avante! · Azores · Azulejo

B

Bank of Portugal · Battle of Albuera · Battle of Alcazarquivir · Battle of Alfarrobeira · Battle of Aljubarrota · Battle of Atoleiros · Battle of Ceuta · Battle of Covadonga · Battle of Guararapes (2nd) · Battle of Ourique · Battle of São Mamede · Bracari · Brazil

C

Conservation areas of Portugal · Converso · Conii · CPLP · Culture of Portugal

D

Dadra and Nagar Haveli · Daman and Diu · Demographics of Portugal · Denis of Portugal · Drug policy of Portugal

E

East Timor · Economy of Portugal · Education in Portugal · Edward of Portugal · Elections in Portugal · Elmina · Elmina Castle · Equaesi · Estado Novo (Portugal)

F

Fado · Fernando I of Portugal · Flag of Portugal · Foreign relations of Portugal · Fort of São João Baptista de Ajudá · Funchal

G

Gallaecia · Garcia II of Galicia · Geography of Portugal · Goa · Greater Lisbon · Greater Porto · Grovii · Guinea-Bissau ·

H

Henry of Portugal · Hispania · History of Portugal · House of Capet

I

Iberian peninsula · Iberian Union · Interamici · ISCTE

J

John I of Portugal · John II of Portugal · John III of Portugal · John IV of Portugal · John V of Portugal · John VI of Portugal · Joseph I of Portugal

K

Kingdom of Galicia and Portugal · Kionga Triangle

L

Leonor of Viseu · Leuni · Liberalism in Portugal · Liberal Wars · Limici · Limpieza de sangre · Lines of Torres Vedras · Lisbon · Lisbon Metropolitan Area · Lisbon Metro · List of Cities in Portugal · List of museums in Portugal · List of political parties in Portugal · List of Portuguese artists - List of Portuguese birds · List of Portuguese companies · List of Portuguese flags · List of Portuguese islands · List of Portuguese monarchs · List of Portuguese people · List of Presidents of Portugal · List of Prime Ministers of Portugal · List of schools in Portugal . List of universities in Portugal · Luanqui · Luis I of Portugal · Lusitania · Lusitanian language · Lusitanian mythology · Lusitanians · Lusitanic · Lusophony Games

M

Macau · Malacca · Madeira Island · Madeira wine · Manuel I of Portugal · Manuel II of Portugal · Marcomanni · Maria I of Portugal · Maria II of Portugal · Miguel of Portugal · Military of Portugal · Miranda do Douro · Mirandese language · Monuments of Portugal · Moors · Mozambique · Municipalities of Portugal · Munuza · Music of Portugal · Muslim Conquest of Spain

N

Narbasi · Nemetati

O

Oestriminis · Olivenza · Ophiussa · Order of Aviz · Order of Christ · Our Lady of Fatima ·

P

Paesuri · Patriarch of Lisbon · Pedro I of Brazil · Peter I of Portugal · Peter II of Portugal · Peter III of Portugal · Pedro V of Portugal · Pedro Santana Lopes · Peneda-Gerês National Park · Peninsular War · Philip II of Spain · Philip III of Spain · Philip IV of Spain · Pimba · Political divisions of Portugal · Politics of Portugal · Porto · Porto Metro · Porto Santo Island · Portugal · Portugal in the Great War · Portugal in the period of discoveries · Portuguese Ceylon · Portuguese Colonial War · Portuguese Communist Party · Portuguese Constitution · Portuguese Council of State · Portuguese Creole · Portuguese cuisine · Portuguese Empire · Portuguese euro coins · Portuguese guitar · Portuguese hip hop · Portuguese India · Portuguese Inquisition · Portuguese Guinea · Portuguese (Guyana) · Portuguese language · Portuguese literature · Portuguese military history · Portuguese pavement · Portuguese people · Portuguese Timor · Port wine

Q

Quadi · Quaquerni

R

Raul Pires Ferreira Chaves · Reconquista · Religion in Portugal · Roman Geography of Portugal

S

Sancho I of Portugal · Sancho II of Portugal · São Tomé and Príncipe · Savage Islands · Scouting in Portugal · Sebastian of Portugal · Serra da Estrela · Serra d'El-Rei · Seurbi · Siege of Lisbon · Social Democratic Party (Portugal) · Socialist Party (Portugal) · Suevi

T

Tamagani · Tapoli · The Consolidation of the Monarchy in Portugal · The establishment of the monarchy in Portugal · The Portugal News - Timeline of Portuguese history · Transportation in Portugal · Treaty of Madrid (13 January 1750) · Treaty of Tordesillas · Treaty of Windsor 1386 · Turduli · Turduli Veteres · Turdulorum Oppida · Turodi

U

Urraca of Portugal

V

Vandals · Verde wine · Vímara Peres · Viriathus · Visa requirements for Portuguese citizens · Visigoths

W

Water supply and sanitation in Portugal · Wines of Portugal

X

Y

Z

Zambezia Province · Zoelae

See also

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