Centro Region, Portugal

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Região Centro
Symbolic o the Central Region, the Serra da Estrela the heichest peak/muntain range in continental Portugal
Name oreegin: centro, Portuguese for centre
Kintra  Portugal
Region Centro
Capital Coimbra
 - elevation 119 m (390 ft)
 - coordinates 40°12′28″N 8°25′34″W / 40.20778°N 8.42611°W / 40.20778; -8.42611Coordinates: 40°12′28″N 8°25′34″W / 40.20778°N 8.42611°W / 40.20778; -8.42611
Lowest point Sea level
 - location Atlantic Ocean
Area 28,462 km2 (10,989 sq mi)
Population 2,327,026 (2011)
Density 81.76/km2 (212/sq mi)
Timezone WET (UTC+0)
 - summer (DST) WEST (UTC+1)
GDP per caipita (PPS) € 15,300 (2006)[1]
Location o the Centro Region in context o the naitional borders
Website: https://www.ccdrc.pt/
Statistics frae INE (2005); geographic detail from Instituto Geográfico Português (2010)

The Centro Region (Portuguese: Região Centro, IPA: [ʁɨʒiˈɐ̃w ˈsẽtɾu]) is a region in central Portugal, an its caipital is Coimbra. Ither local ceeties wi major admeenistrative status inside this region are Aveiro, Viseu, Leiria, Castelo Branco an Guarda. It is ane o seiven Regions o Portugal (NUTS II subdiveesions). This is ane o the regions o Europe, considered bi the European Union for statistical an geografical purposes. Its population in 2011 totalled 2,327,026 inhabitants[2], an its aurie is 28,462 km² (densitie o 82 inhabitants per square kilometre).

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  1. "GDP per inhabitant in 2006 ranged from 25% of the EU27 average in Nord-Est in Romania to 336% in Inner London" (PDF). Eurostat.
  2. "Censos 2011 Resultados Preliminares 2011". INE.

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