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Viseu Dão Lafões

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Viseu Dão Lafões

The Comunidade Intermunicipal Viseu Dão Lafões is an administrative division in Portugal. It replaced the previously existing Greater Metropolitan Area of Viseu. The main city and seat of the intermunicipal community is Viseu. The intermunicipal community Viseu Dão Lafões consists of 14 municipalities:[1]

Municipality Population (2011)[2] Area (km²)[3]
Aguiar da Beira 5,473 206.77
Carregal do Sal 9,835 116.89
Castro Daire 15,339 379.04
Mangualde 19,880 219.26
Nelas 14,037 125.71
Oliveira de Frades 10,261 145.35
Penalva do Castelo 7,956 134.34
Santa Comba Dão 11,597 111.95
São Pedro do Sul 16,851 348.95
Sátão 12,444 201.94
Tondela 28,946 371.22
Vila Nova de Paiva 5,176 175.53
Viseu 99,274 507.10
Vouzela 10,564 193.69
Total 267,633 3,237.74

All 14 municipalities are part of the slightly larger NUTS III region Dão-Lafões.


  1. ^ "Law nr. 75/2013" (pdf).  
  2. ^ Instituto Nacional de Estatística
  3. ^ Direção-Geral do Território

External links

  • Official website Viseu Dão Lafões

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