Sintra


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Sintra

(ˈsɪntrə)
n
(Placename) a town in central Portugal, near Lisbon, in the Sintra mountains: noted for its castles and palaces and the beauty of its setting: tourism. Former name: Cintra
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US government bonds were also rising, lifted not only by the comments of Draghi but also the very upbeat assessment of the US economy delivered by former Fed President Ben Bernanke at the Sintra Forum.
At its meeting in Sintra, Portugal, which will end on Wednesday, ECB officials have signaled the lender stands ready to support financial stability in the wake of Britain's vote to leave the European Union.
Sintra is a national park, and at its centre are the magnificent mountains known as Serra de Sintra, classed as a world heritage site.
expected in 2014, the transfers Sintra receives from the central
She is also the financial advisor of ConCentre Corporation, a beneficial shareholder of Sintra Trust that was formed in the British Virgin Island in January 2002.
An all-day 10-euro bus ticket found us at the gates of this remarkable fairytale edifice which sits atop one of the hills just outside Sintra.
From its mountain top perch you can see the whole of Sintra below, which was the idea as it was built to protect the residents.
Located on the mountainside of a UNESCO world heritage site with views of green valleys and ancient castles, we spent the first night at the beautiful Tivoli Palacio de Seteais hotel in Sintra - the old stomping ground town of Hans Christian Anderson.
Price includes: - Return flights to Lisbon from Liverpool John Lennon - One suitcase allowance per person - Return transfers between the airport and hotel - Five nights' bed & breakfast accommodation at the three-star Hotel Lido, Estoril (hotel upgrade available for a supplement) - A guided visit to Lisbon - A guided visit to Cascais and Sintra - The services of a Tour Manager book online: www.
TUNIS (TAP) - The City of Tunis was honoured during the 11 World Congress of the Organisation of World Heritage Cities, held in Sintra, Portugal, last November 22-25.
Modern management in PR business today rests on two major factors a pragmatism and immediate decision making," he stressed in his speech at the global PR forum, which took place October 1-2, in Sintra, Portugal.