Results for: Portugal

In Portugal

Where is Portugal?

Portugal is next to Spain, in the south of Europe. Is the most westcountry in this continent. A good country for vacations with thebeautiful landscapes, beatches and hills. I (MORE)
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What about Portugal?

Some facts about Portugal include the fact that over 230 millionpeople speak Portuguese and Portugal produces half of the world'scork. Portugal is also the home of the largest (MORE)
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How are you in Portugal?

As upset about the global economy crysis, as outraged about the war and as unhappy with our local government as any other country out there. So... doing fine.
In Health

Health in Portugal?

The health system in Portugal has undergone great changes.. Recently a great ammount of medical facilities were shut down due to low turn-out, focusing the technology and res (MORE)
In Geography

Who governs Portugal?

A president named Cavaco Silva and the prime minister Jose Socrates . Jose Sócrates, from the Portuguese Socialist Party, its the Portuguese Prime-Minister. The Presi (MORE)
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Is there a democracy in Portugal?

Yes, there is a democracy in Portugal. The current president is Anibal Antonio Cavaco Silva, who was elected in 2006.
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What is Portugals landscape?

You have high mountains, forests, plains, beaches, a little bit of everything minus the desert haha
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Where is Portugal in Europe?

Portugal is land's end in extreme southwestern Europe , where it's bordered by Spain on the north and east sides, the Atlantic Ocean on the west, and the Mediterranean Sea on (MORE)
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What makes Portugal Portugal?

The hospitality, the great great wine, weather, beaches,latino-corrupto mentality, smugglers tradition and fantastic foodand relaxed attitude, both of which take in the best o (MORE)
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When did Portugal be named Portugal?

Well, in 1128 the, soon to be the first Portuguese King, D. Afonso Henriques created the Portucalense county after a war against his mother's armys the king, in 1143, against (MORE)