Place:Alcãntara, Lisboa, Lisboa, Portugal

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NameAlcãntara
TypeFreguesia
Coordinates38.7°N 9.166667°W
Located inLisboa, Lisboa, Portugal
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(São Pedro de) Alcântara is a civil parish of the city and municipality of Lisbon. Its name is derived from the Arabic (القنطارة), meaning the bridge, and refers to an ancient Roman bridge that once existed there, until the reign of John V. Located in the southwestern corner of Lisbon, along the northern margin of the Tagus River, Alcântara had a population of 14443 inhabitants (2001) within an area of 4.44 km² (its density was approximately 3252 residents per square kilometre).

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