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Greater Metropolitan Area of Coimbra

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Greater Metropolitan Area of Coimbra

The Greater Metropolitan Area of Coimbra (Portuguese:Grande Área Metropolitana de Coimbra) is an administrative division in Portugal. It has 16 municipalities (largest to smallest in number of inhabitants): Coimbra, Figueira da Foz, Cantanhede, Montemor-o-Velho, Soure, Mealhada, Penacova, Lousã, Condeixa-a-Nova, Miranda do Corvo, Mira, Tábua, Mortágua, Vila Nova de Poiares, Penela and Góis.

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  • Number of municipalities: 16 concelhos
  • Area: 3,370 km²
  • Population: 435,900 habitants
  • Population density: 129 hab./km²

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