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Região de Coimbra

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Região de Coimbra

The Comunidade Intermunicipal da Região de Coimbra is an administrative division in Portugal. It was created in October 2013,[1] replacing the previously existing Greater Metropolitan Area of Coimbra. The main city and seat of the intermunicipal community is Coimbra. The intermunicipal community of Região de Coimbra consists of 19 municipalities:[2]

Municipality Population (2011)[3] Area (km²)[4] NUTS III region
Cantanhede 36,595 390.88 Baixo Mondego
Coimbra 143,396 319.40 Baixo Mondego
Condeixa-a-Nova 17,078 138.67 Baixo Mondego
Figueira da Foz 62,125 379.05 Baixo Mondego
Mira 12,465 124.03 Baixo Mondego
Montemor-o-Velho 26,171 228.96 Baixo Mondego
Penacova 15,251 216.73 Baixo Mondego
Soure 19,245 265.06 Baixo Mondego
Mealhada 20,428 110.66 Baixo Vouga
Mortágua 9,607 251.18 Dão-Lafões
Arganil 12,145 332.84 Pinhal Interior Norte
Góis 4,260 263.30 Pinhal Interior Norte
Lousã 17,604 138.40 Pinhal Interior Norte
Miranda do Corvo 13,098 126.38 Pinhal Interior Norte
Oliveira do Hospital 20,855 234.52 Pinhal Interior Norte
Pampilhosa da Serra 4,481 396.46 Pinhal Interior Norte
Penela 5,983 134.80 Pinhal Interior Norte
Tábua 12,071 199.79 Pinhal Interior Norte
Vila Nova de Poiares 7,281 84.45 Pinhal Interior Norte
Total 460,139 4,335.57

The territory of the Região de Coimbra equals that of the former Coimbra District, enlarged with the municipalities Mealhada and Mortágua.


  1. ^ Região de Coimbra
  2. ^ "Law nr. 75/2013" (pdf). Diário da República (in Portuguese). Assembly of the Republic (Portugal). Retrieved 14 August 2014. 
  3. ^ Instituto Nacional de Estatística
  4. ^ Direção-Geral do Território

External links

  • Official website Região de Coimbra

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