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Portuguese islands create Europe’s largest protected marine area

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Portuguese islands create Europe’s largest protected marine area

Portuguese islands create Europe’s largest protected marine area

Portugal’s Madeira archipelago now boasts Europe’s largest protected marine area following the adoption of a new legal framework.


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From Portugal to the world: ‘Digital Building’ opens door to country's architecture [Video]

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Portugal's Casa da Arquitectura has created a so-called Digital Building to give people access to virtual versions of its exhibits free of charge.

Credit: euronews (in English)    Duration: 01:57Published