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Dão-Lafões

Dão-Lafões (Portuguese pronunciation:  [dɐ̃w̃ lɐˈfõj̃ʃ] ) is a former Portuguese NUTS III sub-region in the Centro Region. It was abolished at the January 2015 NUTS 3 revision. [1] It was located in central Portugal, and had an approximate area of 3,483 km² and 286,315 inhabitants. Its largest city was Viseu (with approx. 50,000 inhabitants).

Municipalities

All the above municipalities are either towns or city, and lie in Viseu District, except for Aguiar, which is part of Guarda District.

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