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Covid-19: Stay updated on current Health and Travel Advisories

Release date: 15 October 2020
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The Most updated release on Covid-19 advisories, rules and regulation

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Net Me Up 2020

Release date: 15 October 2020
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Net Me UP is a networking program with the mission of supporting and leveraging entrepreneurs and startups linked to Tourism

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10 things you didn't know about Portugal

Release date: 5 August 2020
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Interesting things you may have never known about Portugal

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Viewpoints of Madeira

Release date: 2 August 2020
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Top 5 viewpoints of Madeira for photography and relaxing, Take a moment to appreciate nature !!

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Quinta Do Convento Do Paraíso

Release date: 1 August 2020
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A traditional farmhouse and the culture of wines in Algarve

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Beaches to get lost in...

Release date: 1 August 2020
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Collection of beaches to enjoy your time in Portimao

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creative promotional clips by the tourism of Portugal

Release date: 1 July 2020
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During the Pandemic , Portugal Tourism started a series of Promotional Clip which were really creative

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DESTINATION NEWS 2020

Release date: 1 July 2020
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ALGARVE WINS EUROPE’S LEADING BEACH DESTINATION IN 2019

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Prince Henry The Navigator, Son of King John I

Release date: 1 July 2020
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Henry The Navigator was a central figure in the early days of the Portuguese Empire

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Patron Saint of TV

Release date: 21 May 2020
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Saint Francis may be Assisi's most internationally famous son, the charismatic preacher who has been the subject of numerous bio-pics. But his female counterpart, Saint Clare, evokes almost as much devotion among Italians. Her life story reads like a medieval inversion of The Sound of Music: a beautiful young woman born into a wealthy family who was betrothed at an early age to a dashing local noble and seemed destined for a conventional life of luxury and pleasure. But her future was transformed in 1210 when she saw the handsome young Francis, espousing the sacred virtues of poverty, in the streets of Assisi. Clare immediately cut off her long golden hair, took a vow of celibacy, gave away all her fine clothes, and began to dress in a simple cassock. She soon founded her own religious order for women, the Poor Sisters of Saint Clare, which demonstrated a devotion to good works that matches the all-male Franciscan order of monks. In fact, she is often known to Catholics as alter Franciscus (another Francis).

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Lake Como Italy

Release date: 20 April 2020
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The 2005 Steven Soderburgh movie Ocean's Twelve may not be a classic, but few who see it will forget the lovely setting and actor George Clooney's mansion in the waterfront village of Laglio. The scenes shot there introduced many Americans to Lake Como, one of Italy's most beloved resort areas, a 30-mile body of water on the Swiss border, 1,350 feet at its deepest and framed by snow-capped Alps.

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China: A Great Wall Built of Tears & Blood

Release date: 12 May 2019
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The only man-made object visible to the naked eye from space.

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China: Go Fly a Kite

Release date: 27 April 2019
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Dating back to nearly 300 BC, the first kite originated in China, fashioned by the creativity of a Chinese philosopher. After passing down the craft to an apprentice who improved the kite’s construction, the Chinese military took notice. Under the military’s adoption, kites gauged wind force, sent signals to troops, and even lifted soldiers above enemy troops for better arrow aim. Nearly 1,000 years passed, following the introduction of paper, before kites became more of a leisure activity rather than a wartime tool.

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China: Lantern Festival

Release date: 16 April 2019
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This celebration, with its romantic lantern lighting, acts as a holiday for young lovers.

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