Portuguese Jewelry - exibidas pelas "mordomas" nas festas da Senhora da Agonia - Viana do Castelo - Portugal.

«Pôr ouro é beleza e indicador de abastança. Usado pelas jovens, foi sinal de casa farta e herdeira rica, com bom dote. Nas mulheres casada...

Broinhas de Natal

Veja como preparar estas broas - feitas com farinha de trigo e de milho, puré de batata-doce, coco o amêndoa - e leve à mesa o sabor da tradição.

A portrait of a Pauliteiro de Miranda, one of the many popular groups that practice an ancient warrior Iberian dance. Traditional Winter festivities in Constantim. Trás-os-Montes, Portugal

A portrait of a Pauliteiro de Miranda, one of the many popular groups that practice an ancient warrior Iberian dance. Traditional Winter festivities in Constantim. Trás-os-Montes, Portugal

Portuguese School of Equestrian Art at Palacio de Queluz PALACIO DE QUELUZ-LISBON-PORTUGAL Expolre Portugal in Enjoy Portugal Website and Facebook Page www.enjoyportugal.eu https://www.facebook.com/enjoyportugalcountry

Portuguese School of Equestrian Art at Palacio de Queluz PALACIO DE QUELUZ-LISBON-PORTUGAL Expolre Portugal in Enjoy Portugal Website and Facebook Page www.enjoyportugal.eu https://www.facebook.com/enjoyportugalcountry

Portuguese School of Equestrian Art at Palacio de Queluz PALACIO DE QUELUZ-LISBON-PORTUGAL Expolre Portugal in Enjoy Portugal Website and Facebook Page www.enjoyportugal.eu https://www.facebook.com/enjoyportugalcountry

Cavalo lusitano a executar uma curveta em demonstração de Arte Equestre.

Portuguese Equestrian Art School at Queluz National Palace gardens. These School shows keep alive the traditional Portuguese horse riding art, preserving to this day the same type of horse used in the 18th century, riding style with its traditional saddle and costumes. Today this offers a unique cultural heritage from the equestrian world.

Portuguese Equestrian Art School at Queluz National Palace gardens. These School shows keep alive the traditional Portuguese horse riding art, preserving to this day the same type of horse used in the 18th century, riding style with its traditional saddle and costumes. Today this offers a unique cultural heritage from the equestrian world.

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