Synonyms for fundação_oriente or Related words with fundação_oriente
Examples of "fundação_oriente"
"Of Shadow and No-places",
Three of the park's beaches—Galapinhos, Portinho da Arrábida and Figueirinha—are popular among the inhabitants of Lisbon and Setúbal. Overlooking the three beaches is the Convento de Nossa Senhora da Arrábida (Convent of Our Lady of Arrábida), a former monastery established in the 16th century, managed today by the
Pinto has done vast research both in India and abroad. He has been awarded research scholarships by "
" (Lisbon); Charles Wallace Trust (United Kingdom), and University of Basel (Switzerland). Pinto is fluent in English, Konkani, Kannada, Tulu, Hindi, and can read/write but not speak Portuguese. He is also the managing trustee of Samanvaya Prakashan, Managlore.
Only with the resumption of diplomatic relations between [[Portugal]] and [[India]] in 1974, including the installation of Portuguese institutions as the consulate, the [[Camões Institute]] and the [[
]] later on in the 1990s, was there a resumption for the demand for the [[Portuguese language]].
The Monte Music Festival hosted by Lisbon-headquartered
, in partnership with the hotel Cidade de Goa is one of the premier cultural events on Goa’s crowded calendar. Every year, the three-day concert features both Indian and Western classical music along with dance performances held at the spectacularly situated Capela do Monte, high above the old capital of the Estado da India (former Portuguese state). The area is a UNESCO world heritage site.
In 2000, there is a further alteration to the company’s shareholding structure, as a result of its sale to VTR-SGPS, S.A., a group of Portuguese investors (Parfil, BES, Fundação Byssaia Barreto, Olinveste and
), amongst whom are the inheritors of SCC’s founding shareholders. In its turn and in the summer of the same year, this group assigned a 49% share to the international brewing group Scottish & Newcastle.
Agualusa benefited from three literary grants: the first awarded by the Portuguese Centro Nacional de Cultura in 1997 to write "Nação Crioula" ("Creole"); the second given in the year 2000 by the Portuguese
allowing him to visit Goa, India, for three months which resulted in "Um estranho em Goa"; the third, in 2001, was prestiged by the German Deutscher Akademischer Austauschdienst. Thanks to that grant, he lived one year in Berlin, where he wrote "O Ano em que Zumbi Tomou o Rio". In 2009, he was invited by the Dutch Residency for Writers in Amsterdam, where he wrote "Barroco Tropical".
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