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Santarém, Portugal
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Santarém, Portugal

Santarém is a town in the south-central part of Portugal by the river Tagus, located in the Lisboa e Vale do Tejo region and capital of the same-named district (distrito). Under the Romans it was the head town of a conventus, and its name was Scalabis.

Geographical location 39.24 ° North, 8.69° West. Population (2004) 27,900. The district covers an area of 7,689 km² and has a population of 441,100 (1992).

Santarém is also a city in Brazil. See Santarém, Brazil.

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