Located in the north of Portugal, in the Cávado Valley, Braga has roughly 174 thousand inhabitants.
It is the centre of the Great Metropolitan Area of Minho (GAM), n Portugal as a country was constituted, Braga was its only city.
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It is host to the archdiocese, the oldest in Portugal.
Under the Roman Empire, known as Bracara Augusta, the settlement was centre of the province of Gallaecia. A 16th-century map of Braga, when the city was enclosed by its mediaeval wall.
Allied with that is its strategic geographical position and its development which make this Portuguese district one of the most appealing regions for investment.Braga also offers unique cultural and leisure opportunities in the country, with its nightlife, cinemas, theatres, exhibitions, museums and art galleries.
During the Germanic Invasions of the Iberian Peninsula, the area was conquered by the Suebi, a Germanic people from Central Europe.I hate lies and Hi, I am, first of all, looking for friendship.I transfered from Belgium to Portugal and it is nice to have friends over here. I have long I am laid back, fun and have a great sense of humour. I am currently running a guesthouse in central portugal with my mum. The large building in the centre is the Cathedral, while the Episcopal Palace and courtyards can be seen above the cathedral and the ancient Castle of Braga Human occupation of the region of Braga dates back thousands of years, documented by vestiges of monumental structures starting in the Megalithic era.During the Iron Age, the Castro culture extended into the northwest, characterized by Bracari peoples who occupied the high ground in strategically located fortified settlements (castrum).