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Madeira Panoramas

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The island of Madeira is the Emerald of the Atlantic and Porto Santo a yellow topaz. In my point of view Madeira is green. A simultaneously lush and soothing green. A majestic tourist destination where the world monotony ins unknown and is variety is the truth.

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Sintra Panoramas

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Lord Byron was enraptured by the beauty of the Sintra landscapes. He recorded them in is memory, and sometime later describe them as "palaces and gardens rising in the midst of rocks, cataracts, and precipices; convents on stupendous heights; a distant view of the sea".

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Lisboa Panoramas

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The capital is a reflection of the country: a place existing within overlapping times and speeds. First there is the slow period, warm, analogical, with the smell of cherry brandy. Then a tenacious time which persists in the buildings, in the medieval streets, in the tracks of the trams. And then a emerging period, here is a clearly a new, technological city celebrating universal architecture.

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Porto e Douro Panoramas

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This record of Porto and the Douro is, like those works that have come before it, intended as an invitation to travel through this marvellous region with eyes wide-open. Travelling up the Portuguese Atlantic coast to Spain, we experience a host of enriching emotions.

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Portugal Panoramas

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The intention with this book was not to produce a tourist guide, nor it was concerned with the showing everything that is a must-see in Portugal. Instead in the author's way, he shows a diverse country, not only by means of photographs of well-known areas, but also via landscapes that are equally beautiful.

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