Funchal at English => English (The Britannica Concise) Of Explained:
City (pop., 1991: 126,000) and capital of the autonomous region of Madeira, Portugal. Lying on the S coast of Madeira island in the N. Atlantic, it is the center of industry, commerce, and communications for Madeira. It was founded in 1421 by the Portuguese navigator Joã o Gonç alves Zarco and later came under Spanish (1580-1640) and British (1807-14) control. The city's scenery and mild year-round climate attract many tourists.
Funchal at English (WD) Of Explained:
EtymologyFrom Inter: term » funchal||field of fennels|lang=pt.
Pronunciation* Inter: a » Portugal Inter: IPA » /fũˈʃaɫ/|lang=pt
Proper nounInter: pt-proper nou » n
Related terms* Inter: l » pt|funchalense
Category: Category:pt:Cities -
Translation: es » Funchal
Translation: fr » Funchal
Translation: pl » Funchal
Translation: pt » Funchal