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Find correct name The airport is not listed as João Paulo II anywhere. The airport's own website calls itself simply Ponta Delgada, and has no mention of João Paulo.

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Beira - dab?[edit]

What is the origin of "Beira"? Presumably not a coincidence that there is a Beira in Mozambique? Stan 16:08, 18 May 2004 (UTC)

Beira is a province in Portugal. Since Mozambique was once Portuguese I assume the Mozambique province gets its name from the Portuguese one. MvHG 06:43, 19 May 2004 (UTC)
Ah - I guess that means Beira could use some disambigging! Stan 12:37, 19 May 2004 (UTC)
I guess it does :) MvHG 12:43, 19 May 2004 (UTC)

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Year of creation[edit]

The title "Príncipe da Beira" was created in 17 December 1734, and not in the 17th century. See this book, page XXXIX. It also gives the year of creation of every single title of the Kings of Portugal and their heirs. For example, "Senhor da Guiné" (January 1485), "Senhor da Conquista, Navegação e Comércio na Etiópia, Arábia, Pérsia e Índia" (29 August 1499), etc, etc... --Lecen (talk) 04:59, 26 May 2012 (UTC)

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