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Co·im·bra

 (kō-ĭm′brə, kwĭm′-, kwēN′-)
A city of central Portugal north-northeast of Lisbon. It is noted for its university, founded in Lisbon in 1290 and transferred to Coimbra in 1537.

Coimbra

(Portuguese ˈkuimbrə)
n
(Placename) a city in central Portugal: capital of Portugal from 1190 to 1260; seat of the country's oldest university. Pop: 148 474 (2001)
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Miguel has worked as a curator at institutions including Tate St Ives in Cornwall, the Abrons Art Centre in New York and the Visual Arts Centre in Coimbra, Portugal, while Elinor joins mima from Eastside Projects in Birmingham, where she led the gallery's artists' development and public programmes.
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Looking at the results (delivered in less than a second by one of Google's estimated one and a half million worldwide servers, which process over 4 billion individual searches per day, including mine), I follow the first link, and I am off to Coimbra, Portugal, where there is an extraordinary multilingual manuscript (MS 720) that has, so far, been little studied.