City alvalade

city alvalade

Where is Alvalade in Portugal?

Alvalade ( Portuguese pronunciation: [aɫvɐˈladɨ]) is a freguesia (civil parish) and district of Lisbon, the capital of Portugal. Located in central Lisbon, Alvalade is south of Lumiar and Olivais, west of Marvila, east of São Domingos de Benfica, and north of Avenidas Novas and Areeiro.

What is the exact location of the Alvalade Stadium?

/  38.7611944°N 9.1607833°W  / 38.7611944; -9.1607833 Estádio José Alvalade is a football stadium in Lisbon, Portugal, home of Sporting Clube de Portugal. It was built adjacent to the site of the older stadium. The stadium is named after José Alvalade, the founder and first club member of Sporting CP in the early twentieth century.

What happened at the Battle of Alvalade?

In 1323, the Battle of Alvalade was fought between King Dinis I of Portugal and his son King Afonso IV of Portugal, but famously the battle was stopped after the intervention of Saint Queen Isabel of Portugal, wife of Dinis I and mother of Afonso IV. There is a monument erected in memory of the Saint Queen in Alvalade.

Where is Alvalade?

This place is situated in Santiago do Cacem, Alentejo Litoral, Alentejo, Portugal, its geographical coordinates are 37° 56 0 North, 8° 24 0 West and its original name (with diacritics) is Alvalade. See Alvalade photos and images from satellite below, explore the aerial photographs of Alvalade in Portugal.

What is the history of Alvalade Stadium in Lisbon?

Estádio José Alvalade is a football stadium in Lisbon, Portugal, home of Sporting Clube de Portugal. It was built adjacent to the site of the older stadium. The stadium is named after José Alvalade, the founder and first club member of Sporting CP in the early twentieth century. The previous José Alvalade Stadium was opened on 10 June 1956.

Is there a 3D map for Alvalade?

You can also dive right into Alvalade on unique 3D satellite map provided by Google Earth. With new GoogLe Earth plugin you can enjoy the interactive Alvalade 3D map within your web browser. No placemark has been added to this place yet.

What happened at the Battle of Almonacid?

The Battle of Almonacid was fought on 11 August 1809 during the Peninsular War between Sébastianis IV Corps of the French Peninsular Army, which King Joseph of Spain had withdrawn from the Battle of Talavera to defend Madrid, and the Spanish Army of La Mancha under General Venegas.

What was the result of the Battle of Talavera?

After the decisive charges of Polish uhlans, the battle resulted in a French victory. After the defeat at Talavera, King Joseph retreated with his French army to the vicinity of Toledo and ordered General Sébastiani to attack the portion of the Spanish La Mancha army threatening Madrid under the command of Venegas at Aranjuez.

What happened in the Battle of Gaugamela?

Battle of Gaugamela. A charge by Persian scythed chariots aimed at the centre of Alexander’s forces was defeated by Macedonian lightly armed soldiers. During the combat, so much of Darius’ cavalry on his left flank were drawn into the battle that they left the Persian infantry in the centre of the battle line exposed.

How did Alexander the great defeat the Persians?

During the combat, so much of Darius’ cavalry on his left flank were drawn into the battle that they left the Persian infantry in the centre of the battle line exposed. Alexander and his personal cavalry immediately wheeled half left and penetrated this gap and then wheeled again to attack the Persians’ flank and rear.

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