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Exploring the Iberian Peninsula  — Little Miss Party

So I started my 2020 off with a trip to Europe!! Not too shabby if I do say so myself. The reason for this little vacay is that mom turned 60 back in November so my siblings and I gifted this to her. November is a very busy time over here at LMP so I thought January would be a little easier to take

The Most Beautiful Beaches in Spain and Portugal: Playa de Las Catedrales, Galicia, Spain

The Most Beautiful Beaches in Spain and Portugal: Playa de Las Catedrales, Galicia, Spain

iberian peninsula people | Peoples of the Iberian peninsula Map on Pantone Canvas Gallery

Commission work for a client. Puzzle-Map of the peoples of the Iberian Peninsula (Península Ibérica)

6 Incredible Places to Visit on the Iberian Peninsula - International living

The Iberian Peninsula has been a coveted destination. Today, millions of visitors flock to Spain and Portugal, drawn in by the countries’ wonderful food...

Distribution of Y-DNA haplogroups in Spain and Portugal

Genetic history of the Iberian peninsula and the various ethnic groups that have contributed to the modern Spanish and Portuguese gene pool.

Idanha-a-Velha is one of the main archaeological stations of the Iberian Peninsula and one of the 12 Historical Villages of Portugal (a program created in 1991 to restore a series of villages older than the country itself). Of Roman foundation, Idanha-a-Velha was occupied by Suevi, Visigoths, and Muslims, before becoming part of the Kingdom of Portugal. Currently, it’s one of the smallest villages on this route and the perfect place to explore the traces left by all these peoples!

Idanha-a-Velha is one of the main archaeological stations of the Iberian Peninsula and one of the 12 Historical Villages of Portugal (a program created in 1991 to restore a series of villages older than the country itself). Of Roman foundation, Idanha-a-Velha was occupied by Suevi, Visigoths, and Muslims, before becoming part of the Kingdom of Portugal. Currently, it’s one of the smallest villages on this route and the perfect place to explore the traces left by all these peoples!