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*  Guarda, Portugal
Portugal. New Holland Publishers. p. 195. ISBN 9781860111266. "Guarda, Portugal Climate Summary". Weatherbase. Retrieved 22 ... Guarda is the highest city in continental Portugal (altitude 1,056 m), located to the northeast of Serra da Estrela (the ... Beira Interior Norte sub-region in Centro Region in Portugal. The population in 2011 was 42,541, in an area of 712.10 km². The ... largest mountain in mainland Portugal). The main attraction in Guarda is its cathedral, known as the Sé da Guarda. Guarda is a ...
*  Espinho, Portugal
... the third football championship in Portugal. Former Portugal national football team player Fernando Couto, Olympiacos coach ... "Oporto Golf Club". Portugal Golf. Retrieved 9 March 2017. Diário da República. "Law nr. 11-A/2013, page 552 44" (pdf) (in ... Golf The oldest golf club in Portugal and Spain, Oporto Golf Club, is also located in Espinho. Main Church in Espinho Train ... It is one of the smallest municipalities in Portugal and was, until 1899, part of the Santa Maria da Feira Municipality. In ...
*  Público (Portugal)
Portugal portal Journalism portal List of newspapers in Portugal Rui Alexandre Novais; Hugo Ferro (2013). "Media Stratups in a ... Anabela Carvalho (2010). "Portugal: Media System" (PDF). The International Encyclopedia of Communication. Retrieved 14 April ... Manuel Pinto; Helena Sousa (2004). "Portugal". In M. Kelly et. al. The Euromedia Handbook (PDF). London: SAGE. pp. 180-190. ... "Top 10 Daily Newspapers in Portugal by Circulation". Top Ten.com. Retrieved 12 January 2015. "World Press Trends" (PDF). World ...
*  Melgaço, Portugal
It is the northernmost municipality in Portugal. The present Mayor is Manoel Batista, elected by the Socialist Party. The ... Between 1211-1212, the north of Portugal was invaded by Leonese forces, justifying the construction of the wall, which was ... Melgaço (Portuguese pronunciation: [ˌmɛɫˈɣasu]) is a municipality in Viana do Castelo District in Portugal. The population in ... "Museu de Cinema de Melgaço Jean Loup Passek". Visit Portugal. Retrieved December 9, 2016. Melgaço Photographs. ...
*  Portugal Ahead
The Portugal Ahead (Portuguese: Portugal à Frente, PàF) was a right-wing political and electoral alliance in Portugal formed by ... As Portugal Alliance (Aliança Portugal, AP) Official Website (Portuguese) (16 December 2015) Passos Coelho diz que a coligação ... The alliance was later extended for the 2015 legislative election under the name Portugal Ahead. In the legislative election on ... Aliança Portugal) for the 2014 European Parliament election, in which the alliance won 27.7% of the popular vote and 7 of ...
*  Anadia, Portugal
Anadia (Portuguese pronunciation: [ɐnɐˈði.ɐ] ( listen)) is a municipality in Portugal. The population in 2011 was 29,150, in an ... Portugal: Instituto Geográfico Português. Archived from the original on 2014-10-06. Referring to the existence of the Church of ...
*  Greater Portugal
... (Portuguese: Portugal Maior), also known as Portugalicia (Portuguese: Portugaliza), is a proposed union of the ... The concept of a Greater Portugal has its origins during the Portuguese Age of Discoveries, when Portuguese navigators and ... Portugal, Old and Young - an Historical Study, published by Oxford University Press: The term Portugalicia is still preserved ... Portugal old and young; an historical study. Hathi Trust. Oxford University Press. p. 101. John Robert Seeley (2005). The ...
*  Pedro Portugal
"Pedro Portugal - Eu Explico". Arte Capital.net. Melo, Alexandre (2007). Arte e artistas em Portugal. Bertrand. "Pedro Portugal ... "Pedro Portugal SGNLS, 2004". Fundacaoip.org. "Pedro Portugal". Portal eArte.com. "Pedro Portugal". Infopedia.pt. "Pedro ... Pedro Portugal is, in fact, not just a painter, he is a cultural "agitator". By the end of the 80s his work became more ample ... Pedro Portugal (Castelo Branco, 12 August 1963) is a Portuguese artist, with a wide production. His first individual exhibition ...
*  Portugal Masters
"Portugal Masters - Course Information". PGA European Tour. Retrieved 22 February 2013. "Portugal Masters: Alexander Levy wins ... "Turismo de Portugal's Golf Plan, estimates growth of over 20%" (Press release). International Association of Golf Tour ... Dom Pedro Victoria GC The Portugal Masters is a European Tour men's professional golf tournament which was played for the first ...
*  MEO (Portugal)
The ADSL2+ and FTTH offers reached across Portugal and included broadband Internet services (at up to 400Mbit/s) as well as a ... Contactos Institucionais Portugal Telecom. MEO. "MEO". MEO. "Operador MEO supera os 700 mil clientes". Archived from the ... Meo is a mobile and fixed telecommunications service and brand from Portugal Telecom, managed by Meo - Serviços de Comunicações ... In July 2010 Portugal Telecom informed that MEO had surpassed 700 thousand clients. In November 2011, MEO achieved one million ...
*  Peniche, Portugal
interiors azulejos of Remedios chapel in Peniche, Portugal interiors azulejos of Remedios chapel in Peniche, Portugal Beach Nau ... Home to many surf camps/schools, it annually hosts the MEO Rip Curl Pro Portugal from the World championship tour of the World ... Peniche (Portuguese pronunciation: [pˈniʃ]) is a seaside municipality and a city in Portugal. It is located in Oeste Subregion ... "2017 MEO Rip Curl Pro Portugal". World Surf League. Archived from the original on July 22, 2017. Retrieved 22 July 2017. ...
*  Chaves, Portugal
It was in the reign of Afonso I of Portugal that it was taken from León and firmly integrated into the Kingdom of Portugal ... Portugal portal Aquæ Flaviæ Chaves IPR Termas de Chaves - Official website of the thermal spa of Chaves Confraria de Chaves - ... Chaves is in the extreme north of Portugal, bounded on the north by Galicia (Spain), on the east by the municipalities of ... Chaves (Portuguese pronunciation: [ˈʃavɨʃ]) is a city and a municipality in the north of Portugal. It is 10 km south of the ...
*  Arão, Portugal
Arão is a settlement in the parish of Mexilhoeira Grande, within the municipality of Portimão, Portugal. "Arao, Portugal Page ...
*  Portugal Current
The Portugal Current is a weak warm water current that flows south-easterly towards the coast of Portugal. The current results ... Bischof, Barbie; Arthur J. Mariano; Edward H. Ryan (2003). "The Portugal Current System" (html). Ocean Surface Currents. ...
*  Arouca, Portugal
2013). "Ambiente Físico" (in Portuguese). Arouca, Portugal: Câmara Municipal de Arouca. Retrieved 26 August 2014. Diário da ... 2013). "História" (in Portuguese). Arouca, Portugal: Câmara Municipal de Arouca. Retrieved 26 August 2014. Abel Botelho (1883) ... Portugal. The population in 2011 was 22,359, in an area of 329.11 square kilometres (127.07 sq mi). It had 20,383 electors in ... Portugal «Aqui é Arouca» - site Fair of Harvests - site. ...
*  Montijo, Portugal
Over the years, many monarch passed through Montijo, such as the future John IV of Portugal, who arrived on 5 December 1640, to ... "Resenha Histórica". Montijo, Portugal: Câmara Municipal de Montijo. Retrieved 27 August 2013. Diário da República. "Law nr. 11- ... In 1843, during an official visit, Queen Maria II of Portugal recessitated the carriage, allowing a 26-hour trip from Montijo ... Numerous roads, including the IC13, provide access to the south, east and west of Portugal. Although the train service was ...
*  Portugal Socialista
Portugal. The magazine is the organ of Socialist Party. Portugal Socialista was established in 1967. The publication was ... Portugal Socialista (also known as Orgão Central do Partido Socialista) is a Portuguese language quarterly magazine published ... List of magazines in Portugal The Europa World Year: Kazakhstan - Zimbabwe. Taylor & Francis. 2004. p. 3489. ISBN 978-1-85743- ...
*  Vagos, Portugal
Vagos is a town (vila) in Portugal. It is located in Vagos Municipality, Aveiro District. Coordinates: 40°33′N 8°41′W /  ...
*  Beja, Portugal
The Rough Guide to Portugal (11 ed.), 1 March 2005, ISBN 1-84353-438-X Rentes de Carvalho, J. (1 August 1999), Portugal, um ... 16 (14). Portugal portal Town Hall official website Museum Queen Eleanor (in Portuguese) Carmel of Beja (in Portuguese). ... The climate in Beja (the hottest district capital city in Portugal) is influenced by its distance from the coast. Although mild ... Beja (Portuguese pronunciation: [ˈbɛʒɐ]) is a city and a municipality in the Alentejo region, Portugal. The population in 2011 ...
*  Marcos Portugal
... returned to Portugal in 1800. He became maestro at the São Carlos National Theatre in Lisbon and was appointed ... Marcos António da Fonseca Portugal (March 24, 1762 - February 17, 1830), known as Marcos Portugal, or Marco Portogallo, was a ... Free scores by Marcos Portugal in the Choral Public Domain Library (ChoralWiki) D. João VI and Marcos Portugal: The Brazilian ... Upon arriving, Portugal was appointed music master to the sons and daughters of the Prince Regent and became the official Royal ...
*  Helen Portugal
... is an American bridge player. North American Bridge Championships (6) Chicago Mixed Board-a-Match (1) 1962 ...
*  Portugal (disambiguation)
Portugal Category:National sports teams of Portugal for teams called "Portugal" Portugal. The Man, American psychedelic rock ... Portugal may also refer to: Portugal (European Parliament constituency), coterminous with the country Kingdom of Portugal, in ... existence from 1139 to 1910 County of Portugal, two medieval counties Portugal (surname) Portugal Channel, proposed English- ... band Little Portugal (disambiguation) Portuguese (disambiguation) Poortugaal, village in the Netherlands Portugalete, town in ...
*  Óbidos, Portugal
Obidos turistic Guide (Portugal) - Website published in collaboration with Turismo de Portugal and Estoril Tourism School.. ... Since then, Óbidos has often been patronized by the Queens of Portugal, giving rise to its informal title as Vila das Rainhas ( ... The area was taken from the Moors by the first King of Portugal, Afonso Henriques, in 1148. Tradition states that one knight, ... GoObidos - Oficial Obidos turistic Guide (Portugal) - Official Obidos Tourist Guide. ...
*  Polytechnic (Portugal)
Higher Education in Portugal List of higher education institutions in Portugal#Polytechnic Polytechnic (disambiguation). ... The polytechnic is one of the two sub-systems of higher education of Portugal, the other being the university education. The ... Other than the name, they were not related at all with the current polytechnic subsystem which exists in Portugal since the ... There are fifteen state-run polytechnical institutes (the polytechnics) in Portugal and also several other private polytechnic ...
*  Nickelodeon (Portugal)
Nickelodeon Portugal (formerly Nick Portugal) is a Portuguese digital cable and satellite television, which is the fourth ... In Portugal it was only available on specific NOS digital packages, but in the summer of 2014 it became free-to-air in all NOS ... Initially, Nickelodeon Portugal relayed the Central European feed with a Portuguese audio track and partial local breaks. This ... In September 2014, it and MTV Portugal moved their headquarters to one of the Colombo towers in Lisbon. Nickelodeon portal ...