Note:  Do not rely on this information. It is very old.


Braga, a Portuguese city and capital of the province of Minho, is situated on an elevated plain between the rivers Cavado and D'Este. It is the seat of an archbishop, and the residence of the primate of Portugal. It has a fine 12th century Gothic cathedral, and, as the Bracara Augusta of the Romans, remains of a Roman temple, amphitheatre, and aqueduct. Its manufactures include linen and various articles of iron and steel ware.