The Douro, or Duero, crosses the southern half, running west-north-west; it also is unnavigable in its upper valley.
O'Malley, the young Irishman who behaved so gallantly at the Douro.
I must confess I drew a freer breath when the bridge was crossed, and D—— congratulated us on our safe arrival in Douro.
Your regiment is at present on the Douro, fifteen miles away.
The name too of the Douro has probably nothing to do with gold but is connected with a Celtic word for water.
Let the Douro descend to our Sons as we have received it from our Fathers.
Oporto, the chief manufacturing centre, and second city for commerce, is at the mouth of the Douro.
By the middle of the ninth century, they reached the line of the Douro.
The subject in discussion was a proposed treaty with Portugal, for improving the channel of the Douro.
On the south bank of the Douro there was probably an early Roman settlement.