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The Tradition Of Olive Oil In Portugal
The Tradition Of Olive Oil In Portugal

19/03/2019

Olive oil was always present in the nooks and crannies of daily life of the Portuguese: in the lamp of the poor and in the chandelier of the rich, in...

Fort of São Francisco Xavier -
Fort of São Francisco Xavier - "Cheese Castle"

12/03/2019

  A massive coastal fortress with a massive arched entrance and topped by the Portuguese coat of arms. It was surrounded by a moat and the gate had...

Dume: The days of the week
Dume: The days of the week

11/02/2019

Among other singularities of Portuguese culture, one of the aspects that most draws the attention of those who visit us is the curious nomenclature...

Cork
Cork

07/12/2018

  Cork is light, elastic, flexible, waterproof, durable and non-conductive. It’s also a thermal and acoustic insulator and can absorb chock. With...

Filigree
Filigree

07/12/2018

  Filigree is an ancient technique, known at least since antique times. It acquired great expression in the traditional Portuguese art of jewelry...

The Portuguese Tiles
The Portuguese Tiles

30/11/2018

  Those who visit Portugal can’t forget the azulejos, those little ceramic tiles that fill our cities with color and light. Azulejos were...

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