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Evora

[ ev-er-uh; Portuguese e-voo-ruh ]
/ ˈɛv ər ə; Portuguese ˈɛ vʊ rə /
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noun

a city in central Portugal: Roman ruins; cathedral.

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Évora
/ (Portuguese ˈɛvura) /

noun

a city in S central Portugal: ancient Roman settlement; occupied by the Moors from 712 to 1166; residence of the Portuguese court in 15th and 16th centuries. Pop: 56 525 (2001)Ancient name: Ebora (ˈiːbərə)
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