Iberis capital

iberis capital

Why invest in Iberis capital?

Iberis Capital is a leading private equity manager in Portugal. Founded in 2017 by four partners with a long history of working together and a shared vision of the opportunities for impact in the Portuguese economy.

What is the history of Iberia?

In Northwestern Iberia (modern Northern Portugal, Asturias and Galicia), a Celtic culture developed, the Castro culture, with a large number of hill forts and some fortified cities. Iberia before the Carthaginian conquests circa 300 BC.

Where is Iberia on the map?

Polybius respects that limit, but identifies Iberia as the Mediterranean side as far south as Gibraltar, with the Atlantic side having no name. Elsewhere he says that Saguntum is on the seaward foot of the range of hills connecting Iberia and Celtiberia.

Where is the southern tip of the Iberian Peninsula?

Its southern tip, located in Tarifa is the southernmost point of the European continent and is very close to the northwest coast of Africa, separated from it by the Strait of Gibraltar and the Mediterranean Sea . The Iberian Peninsula encompasses 583,254 km 2 and has very contrasting and uneven relief.

Where is the Iberian Peninsula?

Where Is Iberia Located? The Iberian Peninsula is located in southwestern Europe. Separated from France and the rest of Europe by the Pyrenees Mountains, the Iberian Peninsula contains the countries of Spain, Portugal and Andorra.

What is the area of Iberia?

Iberia has an area of 583.254 km²; it is about the size of Madagascar or slightly larger than twice the size of the US state of Nevada.

Where does the word Iberia come from?

The word Iberia is a noun adapted from the Latin word Hiberia originating in the Ancient Greek word Ἰβηρία ( Ibēríā ), used by Greek geographers under the rule of the Roman Empire to refer to what is known today in English as the Iberian Peninsula.

When was the first map of Iberia made?

Ethnologic Map of Pre-Roman Iberia (circa 200 B.C.). NEW VERSION #10 (in English, Portuguese, and Latin). Associação Campo Arqueológico de Tavira, Tavira, Portugal. Archived from the original on 6 October 2008.

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