Torres novas

torres novas

What does Torres Novas mean?

Torres Novas ( Portuguese pronunciation: [ˈtoʁɨʒ ˈnɔvɐʃ] ( listen)) is a Portuguese municipality in the district of Santarém, in the Médio Tejo of the Centro region.

What is the population of Torres Novas in Portugal?

The population of the municipality was approximately 36,717 (from the 2011 census), with the city of Torres Novas (seat of the municipality) has about 15,000 inhabitants in an area that encompasses 270 square kilometres (100 sq mi).

What type of House is the Chancellery Torres Novas?

House T3 + 1 and T1 Chancellery Torres Novas The main house is of type T3 and the second house is of type T1. The main house has a balco...

What is the soil like in Torres Novas?

The soil is mostly characterized by alluviums and limestone. Torres Novas experiences a microclimate characterized by low temperature and humidity during the winter and dry air/higher temperatures during the summer due to its proximity with the mountain ranges of Aire and Candeeiros.

When did Torres Novas become a city?

In 1985, Torres Novas was elevated to the status of city. In 1 January 1986, Portugal would join the European Economic Community, which would see to the construction of highway A23 leading to Spain.

How many parishes are there in Torres Novas?

Four of the parishes were included in the city of Torres Novas. The union of Torres Novas (São Pedro), Lapas e Ribeira Branca concentrates the majority of the people of the municipality (over 8400 inhabitants), in contrast with the parish of Zibreira (with approximately 1000 people).

What is the soil like in Torres Novas?

The soil is mostly characterized by alluviums and limestone. Torres Novas experiences a microclimate characterized by low temperature and humidity during the winter and dry air/higher temperatures during the summer due to its proximity with the mountain ranges of Aire and Candeeiros.

Where is the castle of Torres Novas?

The Castle of Torres Novas ( Portuguese: Castelo de Torres Novas) is a medieval castle in the civil parish of Torres Novas (São Pedro), Lapas e Ribeira Branca, municipality of Torres Novas, Portuguese district of Santarém. It is classified as a National Monument . /  39.48000°N 8.54056°W  / 39.48000; -8.54056

What does Torres Novas mean?

Torres Novas ( Portuguese pronunciation: [ˈtoʁɨʒ ˈnɔvɐʃ] ( listen)) is a Portuguese municipality in the district of Santarém, in the Médio Tejo of the Centro region.

What is the population of the municipality of Torres Novas?

The population of the municipality was approximately 36,717 (from the 2011 census), with the city of Torres Novas (seat of the municipality) has about 15,000 inhabitants in an area that econompasses 270 square kilometres (100 sq mi).

What is the Chancellery room?

Inspired by the former Council Chambers of building 3A, the Chancellery Room is a symbolic venue in the heart of the University’s civic precinct. A uniquely designed premium space with a capacity of 104 patrons, it is equipped to support key committee meetings, formal functions and events.

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