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| ||Baixo Alentejo|
Description: Baixo Alentejo is a province in the south of Portugal, north of the Algarve and including most of the district of Beja. The capital of the Baixa Alentejo is Beja. The province has 20% of the total coastline of Portugal but only 1% of the country's fisheries. Like much of Portugal, cork oak is produced in quantities but farming also concentrates on cattle-rearing, pig-farming and the production of corn.
|Map of Portugal, showing Baixo Alentejo in the south of the country, with many thanks to www.map-of-portugal.co.uk by Tourizm Maps &Copy; 2006||
Pronounced: BAH-ee-shoo ah-lehn-TEH-joo
Most frequent country: Portugal
Most frequent region: Baixo Alentejo
See places: Portuguese food and cuisine, Alentejo, Beja
See foods and dishes: alentejo, açorda Alentejana, à alentejana, Alentejo, Beja, carne de porco à Alentejana, encharcada, febra de porco à alentejana, migas à Alentejana, pão de rala, porco à alentejana, Queijo do alentejo, Reguengos, rojoes à alentejana, sericá alentejano, sopa de tomate alentejana
Other web reference: Portugal-map.com