Were is Azores islands?
About 1000 km from the coast of Portugal's Capital Lisbon and it is also owned by Portugal.
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It is an Autonomous region of Portugal.
The Azore Islands are owned by the country of Portugal
off the west coast of africa. try searching it on wikipedia .com
The Archipelago of Azores is located at the middle of the Atlantic Ocean. For this fact Azores is considered as one of the possible places that best correspond to the legend o…f Atlantis. Mainland Portugal is bordered by Spain in the North and East side and by the Atlantic Ocean in the West and South. South of Portugal is near the entrance of the Mediterranean Sea but it isn't geographically in the Mediterranean Sea. Despite this fact the Portuguese climate is Mediterranean. Portugal is also considered a Mediterranean country, due to the climate and culture.
Assuming you meant "owns", Portugal.
Portugal owns Azores islands.
Yes there is a boys orphanage and a girls ran by Catholic Nuns. I was once and orphan in Azores until I was adopted.
There are nine: Terceira Graciosa Sao Jorge Sao Miguel Pico Santa Maria Corvo Faial Flores
The Azores are an autonomous region of Portugal. I am actually hereas I write. They are part of Portugal, but have a great deal ofindependence. On the other hand, they are tot…ally part of mainlandPortugal and dependent on the government for protection, currency,EU status, etc.
The regional president, the regional legislature and the regional parliament. The president of Portugal holds power of veto.
In The Azores
Sao Miguel, Santa Maria, Pico, Corvo, Faial, Terceira, Sao Jorge, Flores, Graciosa
The following comes from the official website of the church, in their statistical and historical information about Portugal and the Azores: "The earliest known Latter-day Sai…nts living on the Azores islands were members of the U.S. military assigned to Lajes Air Field about 1954. By 1958, a servicemen's group was functioning, and on 1 October 1967, Lajes Branch was organized. The following 9 October Maria Morgado was baptized on the island by members of the branch. She is the first known native to be baptized on Portuguese soil. On 16 July 1978, President Allen K. Coryell of the Portugal Lisbon Mission traveled to the Azores to see if missionaries could begin work there. Two missionaries, Alice R. Kuster and Steven M. Sims were called on 6 September 1979 to go to the island. The first Portuguese branch was organized in Angra on 5 March 1980. The Terceira Portugal District was created on 16 September 1982 to administer the branches on the islands."
The Azores Islands do not have a capital.
An autonomous region of Portugal