Tagus River

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Noun1.Tagus River - a European riverTagus River - a European river; flows into the North Atlantic
Portugal, Portuguese Republic - a republic in southwestern Europe on the Iberian Peninsula; Portuguese explorers and colonists in the 15th and 16th centuries created a vast overseas empire (including Brazil)
Espana, Kingdom of Spain, Spain - a parliamentary monarchy in southwestern Europe on the Iberian Peninsula; a former colonial power
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The race will start in the city of Cascais and finish in one of Lisbon's most beautiful plazas -- Praca do Comercio, in the city's downtown, by the Tagus River. It is considered as one of the most beautiful races in the world.
We ventured to his family-friendly restaurant Cantina Ze Avillez in Campos Das Cebolas with stunning views of the Tagus River.
It overlooks the TAGUS river - one of the widest and longest in Europe (it makes our Davao river look like a creek!).
Ramada by Wyndham, Lisbon (Portugal) is the first Ramada by Wyndham in Portugal, set amongst the picturesque hills surrounding Lisbon, with panoramic views of the city and the Tagus River, fantastic connections to the city centre and a short drive from Lisbon International Airport.
The aircraft carrier and "USS Forrest Sherman"(escort ship), a destroyer, were at the Tagus River for a four-day rest stop during their mission.
"For a long time, specialists have considered the mouth of the Tagus river a hotspot for shipwrecks," said Minister of Culture Luis Mendes.
Cascais municipal council said the ship was found at the start of September while dredging the mouth of the Tagus river, which runs past the resort town through Lisbon.
The Portugal Trade and Investment Agency said development of infrastructure around the Tagus River is expected to 'deliver great potential' to nearly 900 hectares of state-owned land managed by Baia do Tejo.
That is why he and his dwindling band of constituents got so excited last summer when archaeologists spent a month excavating outside Driebes, on a plateau overlooking the Tagus river. What they found was the first remains of what was once an important Roman mining and farming settlement, Caraca, complete with a forum, public baths and an estimated 1,800 residents, several times larger than the population of Driebes today.
It was traveled around seven kilometers, from the diversion of the natural channel of the river to the channel of the tiles in the garden of the Palace of Queluz, shortly before the administrative limit between the Municipalities of Oeiras and Sintra; until the river mouth in the locality of Cruz Quebrada, where it flows into the Tagus River.
Portugal's government asked for international help and declared a state of emergency in territory north of the Tagus river - about half of its landmass, Eyewitness News reported.