The Carnation: A Symbol of Freedom & Solidarity
In Portugal on April 25th, 1974, the Carnation Revolution took place. It’s known in history as one of the most peaceful coups even though up to six civilians were killed on that day by shots fired from the headquarters of the police station. Soldiers responded by storming the building, and Continue reading “What I Learned About the Carnation Revolution”
I got you a little something.
Happy Anniversary! ? Three years ago on this date, Portugal in Vancouver was created on Facebook. To mark this special occasion, Continue reading “Happy Anniversary! – I got you this website”
Port-blog in Vancouver – It’s About Time
For those who have been following Portugal in Vancouver on Facebook for the past 3 years, first off, muito obrigada! Secondly, Portu-blog is for you. It’s where you can find Continue reading “Welcome to Portu-blog in Vancouver”