Sunday, 05 February 2012 00:00
Guimarães 2012 is the European Capital of Culture, kicked off with a large gathering of creators and creations - music, film, photography, visual arts, architecture, literature, thought, theater, dance and street arts.
Monday, 09 January 2012 00:00
The technical teams responsible for application for World Heritage in January are working on an application for the Montados. These cork oak woodlands, known as “montados” in Portugal, have been used to produce cork and graze livestock for centuries, making them a haven for wildlife.
Friday, 16 December 2011 00:00
The Largest Living Crèche in the world is in Santa Maria da Feira is now open to the public. This scene occupies a total of 1500 square meters and shows the audience about seven thousand pieces of artwork, and approximately 95% were made to order.
Goncalo Tocha won the 9th DocLisboa - International Film Festival with a documentary about the Azores
Tuesday, 06 December 2011 19:47
"Na Terra no na Lua" ("It's on Earth, not on the Moon") is a portrait of life on Corvo Island.
The Azorean world has always been a part of Goncalo Tocha's life, since some of his family members live on Sao Miguel Island. He went to Corvo for the first time to shoot this documentary, which took him four years to complete. Apart from winning DocLisboa, " na Terra no na Lua" was also given an honorable mention at the 2011 Locarno Festival, in Switzerland. Corvo is the smallest of the nine Azorean islands, being home to 500 people, but its cultural, architectural and gastronomic heritage is as unique as the 8 sister islands. In 2007, UNESCO classified it as Biosphere Reserve, thus internationally recognizing the island's singular environmental and cultural features.
Tuesday, 08 November 2011 20:27
Thursday, 27 October 2011 16:42Wallpaper's cover features Portugal. Inside, there is an article called "The top 20 reasons to go to Portugal." The list highlights
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