Triplo salto portugal

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Where is Salto in Portugal?

Salto in Montalegre (Vila Real) is a city in Portugal about 211 mi (or 340 km) north of Lisbon, the countrys capital. Local time in Salto is now 02:52 AM (Saturday).

Where is Salto do Prego in the Azores?

Salto do Prego is a great way to experience the natural paradise of the Azores, whether its your first time in the archipelago or not. The trailhead is near a bus stop at the edge of Faial da Terra.

Where is Salto on Google Maps?

Welcome to the Salto google satellite map! This place is situated in Montalegre, Alto Tras-os-Montes, Norte, Portugal, its geographical coordinates are 41° 38 0 North, 7° 57 0 West and its original name (with diacritics) is Salto. See Salto photos and images from satellite below, explore the aerial photographs of Salto in Portugal.

What is the time in Salto?

Salto in Montalegre (Vila Real) is a city in Portugal about 211 mi (or 340 km) north of Lisbon, the countrys capital. Local time in Salto is now 02:52 AM (Saturday). The local timezone is named Europe / Lisbon with an UTC offset of zero hours.

What is the time in Salto Portugal?

Salto in Montalegre (Vila Real) is a city in Portugal about 211 mi (or 340 km) north of Lisbon, the countrys capital. Local time in Salto is now 12:10 PM (Sunday). The local timezone is named Europe / Lisbon with an UTC offset of one hour.

Where is Salto on Google Maps?

Welcome to the Salto google satellite map! This place is situated in Montalegre, Alto Tras-os-Montes, Norte, Portugal, its geographical coordinates are 41° 38 0 North, 7° 57 0 West and its original name (with diacritics) is Salto. See Salto photos and images from satellite below, explore the aerial photographs of Salto in Portugal.

What is Salto known for in Uruguay?

Culture. Salto is also known for its street Calle Uruguay, where locals stroll during weekend nights to socialize and drink mate with friends. Despite its many slum areas, Salto is considered one of the higher class areas of Uruguay for its various amenities that most of the country is lacking.

Is Salto a good place to live?

Despite its many slum areas, Salto is considered one of the higher class areas of Uruguay for its various amenities that most of the country is lacking. The International Cultural Centre was founded in Salto in August 1990. The main football club is Salto Fútbol Club which plays in the Uruguayan Segunda División.

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