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What is an Régua?

Régua é um instrumento utilizado em geometria, próprio para traçar segmentos de reta e medir distâncias pequenas. Também é incorporada no desenho técnico e na Engenharia. É composta por uma lâmina de madeira, plástico ou metal e pode conter uma escala, geralmente centimétrica e milimétrica.

What does Peso da Regua mean?

Peso da Régua ( Portuguese pronunciation: [ˈpezu ðɐ ˈʁɛɣwɐ] ( listen) ), commonly known as Régua, is a municipality in northern Portugal, in the district of Vila Real. The population in 2011 was 17,131 (of which approximately 10,000 are in the town of Régua), in an area of 94.86 km 2 (36.63 sq mi) km². Pop.

Is there a railway station in Peso da Régua?

The railway station in Peso da Régua. Peso da Régua (Portuguese pronunciation: [ˈpezu ðɐ ˈʁɛɣwɐ]), commonly known as Régua, is a municipality in northern Portugal, in the district of Vila Real. The population in 2011 was 17,131 (of which approximately 10,000 are in the town of Régua), in an area of 94.86 km2 (36.63 sq mi) km².

How has Regua been involved in conservation work?

Habitat restoration and species reintroductions both form major components of our conservation work. REGUA has now planted 624,000 trees comprising 180 native species, reforesting an area of 388 ha. Rare Tabebuia cassinoides swamp has also been re-established, and 17.

What is the meaning of Portugal Régua?

Peso da Régua (Portuguese pronunciation: [ˈpezu ðɐ ˈʁɛɣwɐ]), commonly known as Régua, is a municipality in northern Portugal, in the district of Vila Real. The population in 2011 was 17,131 (of which approximately 10,000 are in the town of Régua), in an area of 94.86 km2 (36.63 sq mi) km².

What does Peso da Regua mean?

Peso da Régua ( Portuguese pronunciation: [ˈpezu ðɐ ˈʁɛɣwɐ] ( listen) ), commonly known as Régua, is a municipality in northern Portugal, in the district of Vila Real. The population in 2011 was 17,131 (of which approximately 10,000 are in the town of Régua), in an area of 94.86 km 2 (36.63 sq mi) km². Pop.

What makes Régua so special?

As the town that ran the world’s first demarcated wine region, Régua’s fortunes have been tied to this beverage for more than 250 years. You’re in just the place to understand what port is all about, how it’s grown, fortified and aged.

What to do in Régua?

The line connects Régua to Portoand the wine lodges of Vila Nova de Gaia. Traditionally the wine barrels were taken downstream on the flat-bottomed cargo boats known as rabelo. These traditional craft can still be seen on the river in the center of town.

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