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tripeiros of porto - tripas à moda do porto is the most typical dish of Porto

Tripeiros of Porto

Tripeiros of Porto: Did you ever find yourself reading something about Porto, in Portugal, and see the word Tripeiros? In Portugal whenever someone uses that word, we all know what that means. Tripeiros is what the people of Porto are called. It’s been centuries since the people of Porto started to be known simply as Tripeiros, and the reason for that is much simpler than you might think. It has...
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Salazar – Death of a Despot

Salazar: Portuguese Dictator. The 27th of July marks the 47th anniversary of the death of António de Oliveira Salazar. Arguably the most influential man in Portugal’s long history. He ruled as dictator from 1933 to 1968. This was the length of his official duties, though he was still treated as the Head of State by his aides through his final years as he battled dementia, until 1970. He was part of...
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Portugal and Castille – a long fraternal fight

Portugal and Castille – a long fraternal fight. Or how the black plague saved the day. Often times we, guides, are asked: “When did Portugal get its independence from Spain?”; “How did the Portuguese language evolve from the Spanish?”. Now, no resentment or offense is taken here… Don’t get us wrong, both Iberian nations have suffered and undertaken the same ordeals, one way or another. But it’s time to tell you the...
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