Fort Aguada lighthouse	Goa 		 	India 	(preserved seventeenth-century Portuguese fort)15.492249, 73.774097

Fort Aguada and its lighthouse is a well-preserved seventeenth-century Portuguese fort standing in Goa, India, on Sinquerim Beach, overlooking the Arabian Sea. ~ Photograph Old Light house by Nachiket Patel on

A Ribeira das Naus foi o nome dado a partir da construção do Paço da Ribeira às novas tercenas que o Rei Dom Manue...

A Ribeira das Naus foi o nome dado a partir da construção do Paço da Ribeira às novas tercenas que o Rei Dom Manue...

Gago Coutinho e Sacadura Cabral, herois portugueses que fizeram a primeira travessia aérea do Atlântico Sul | Asas e Flaps

Gago Coutinho e Sacadura Cabral, herois portugueses que fizeram a primeira travessia aérea do Atlântico Sul

Gago Coutinho e Sacadura Cabral, herois portugueses que fizeram a primeira travessia aérea do Atlântico Sul | Asas e Flaps

Real Associação da Beira Litoral: APRESENTAÇÃO DO JANTAR DE REIS BRAGA 2015. TEMA: A LUSOFONIA

Real Associação da Beira Litoral: APRESENTAÇÃO DO JANTAR DE REIS BRAGA 2015. TEMA: A LUSOFONIA

Vasco Da Gama's diary from his first voyage to India in the late 15th century becomes Memory of World Register – UNESCO. It became the 6th Portuguese document in the list, besides “Ndembu Archives”, “Collection of Manuscripts on the Portuguese Discoveries”, “First flight across the South Atlantic Ocean in 1922”, “Letter from Pêro Vaz de Caminha” and “Treaty of Tordesillas”

Vasco Da Gama's diary from his first voyage to India in the late 15th century becomes Memory of World Register – UNESCO. It became the 6th Portuguese document in the list, besides “Ndembu Archives”, “Collection of Manuscripts on the Portuguese Discoveries”, “First flight across the South Atlantic Ocean in 1922”, “Letter from Pêro Vaz de Caminha” and “Treaty of Tordesillas”

Portuguese soldier with MG42 machine gun- African Colonial War 1961-74

Portuguese soldier with machine gun- African Colonial War

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