Portugal Agrupamento de Escolas de Ponte de Lima

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Erasmus + 2020-2023. Portugal Agrupamento de Escolas de Ponte de Lima.

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Portugal. Portugal is one of the oldest countries in Europe with its borders pretty much unchanged since 1297..

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19.9. Images of Portugal.

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Viana do Castelo. Viana do Castelo is the gem of Northern Portugal and exemplifies all the finest aspects of Costa Verde region. There are pristine beaches, dramatic natural scenery, and a city rich of history and Portuguese Culture..

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Images of Viana do Castelo.

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Ponte de Lima. Ponte de Lima is one of the most characterful and charming towns of northern Portugal. There is an assortment of medieval houses, pretty plazas, and ancient religious buildings..

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Images of Ponte de Lima.

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Correlhã. The parish of Correlhã is one of the oldest in Ponte de Lima. From Monte da Nó to the plain of the River Lima, you will find a parish rich in heritage, culture and history. In 1907, the parish of Correlhã was considered a village..

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Images of Correlhã.

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Agrupamento de Escolas de Ponte de Lima. Agrupamento de Escolas de Ponte de Lima consists of three schools. The school Agrupamento de Escolas de Ponte de Lima is for students from grade 7 to grade 12. EBI/JI da Correlhã is for students from kindergarten to grade 9. Centro Educativo da Facha is for students from kindergarten to 4 grade..

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Agrupamento de Escolas de Ponte de Lima.

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Portuguese Christmas Traditions.

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;aWJ t. The Christmas Cribs. In Portugal, Christmas means the birth of Jesus. The nativity scene is displayed in homes, churches, and even on the street for everyone to admire. We recreate the moment, in family, placing the Crib under the Christmas tree..

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. . The Consoada. Portuguese families gather on the night of December 24th for dinner, in which the traditional dish is boiled cod or octopus cooked with potatoes and Portuguese cabbage. On December 25th, the tradition is to have stuffed turkey. For dessert, you can not miss the ‘Bolo Rei’ (King Cake), and other traditional pastries such as ‘ Filhós ’, ‘ Sonhos ’ (dreams) and Rabanadas ( french toasts)..

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‘Bolo Rei’ – The King Cake. The king cake is present on every table at Christmas and symbolizes the gifts offered by the Magi to the Baby Jesus. The crust symbolizes the gold, the dried and crystallized fruits the myrrh and the aroma of the cake the incense.Each cake has a dry fava bean inside. According to tradition, the person who got the slice of cake with the fava bean has to pay the cake the following year..

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. The Christmas Tree. The first reference of a Christmas tree in Portugal dates back to the 19th century when king consort D. Fernando II decided to have a Christmas tree for his children in the palace and hand out gifts himself dressed as Saint Nicholas. A tradition he brought from his homeland, Germany!.

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Thank You !!!. Merry Christmas! Feliz Natal! Frohe Weihnachten ! Hyvää Joulua ! Vesel Božič ! Καλά Χριστούγεννα.