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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Pena has an appropriately majestic mountain top position, towering over Sintra and although you can take the bus to its entrance, you have to trudge the last fewhundred yards over cobbled roads to the palace itself.
The people carrier Sintra, costing pounds 19,600 new, was named the worst car in Britain - getting just 672 points out of 1000.
The PCIJ linked Imee Marcos to Sintra Trust and two other offshore companies, all of which were not listed in the statement of assets, liabilities and net worth she filed as a congressman and governor.
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TOP ATTRACTION: Lisbon is a great place to visit but you'll kick yourself if you return to Blighty without making the quick journey to timeless Sintra.
There's more than a touch of magic and romance to the city of Lisbon, the inland town of Sintra, and Estoril and Cascais along the coast.
On leaving the railway station at Sintra, of all places, I was surprised to find myself confronted with a bus stop decorated with a horribly familiar-looking logo.
Vauhxall wouldn't have chosen the wording but might welcome the underlying sentiment of a comment passed about the Sintra: "It's a big old thing."
The first Portuguese collection of international contemporary art, the Berardo collection, will be permanently housed in an exhibition space in Sintra, scheduled to open in the spring.
Fed Chairman Powell underscored the FOMC's gradual approach to normalization in his speech on "Monetary Policy at a Time of Uncertainty and Tight Labor Markets," from Sintra, Portugal.
Without commenting on whether the details in the PCIJ report were sufficient to launch an investigation, Bautista said the PCGG was "duty bound to investigate" the Sintra Trust.