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  1. The problem in Portugal is, that there are no signs at the official naturist beaches. Other tourists and many portuguese people do not respect naturist beaches. Even in Odeceixe there was one day 100% naturist at the naturist beach. (There is even a sign before going down the stairs) but still a 7 head French family went exactly to that beach and spreading their belongings in the center of the beach, wearing bathing suites and even full cloth, watching the naked people around. When others went to them to mention that its a naturist beach, they just ignored and even became aggressive. More even: on most of the “naturist” (in real: mixed-) beaches are sitting portuguese men hoping to see attractive nude ladies.
    So.. for us and for families Portugal is not a naturist place at all. But it could be if the responsible persons take more care for.

  2. The REAL first digital arts museum is in Zurich, Switzerland, and was founded in 2016 (

  3. September 13, 14 and 15 the festival will show a dozen of films about uranium mining and radioactive risks in the mining towns Urgeiriça, Viseu and Mangualde. All screenings are entry free and followed by round tables and debates with filmmakers, uranium experts, scientists, former uranium miners and activists. Beside of that participants are invited to visit the closed uranium mine and the clean-up.

  4. Do not miss this show! Seeing Roger, Supertramp’s voice and founder, is a concert like no other. It truly feels as if he’s performing a private show for you. Hit after hit that he wrote – Breakfast in America, The Logical Song, Take the Long Way Home, Dreamer, Give a Little Bit, It’s Raining Again….too many to name. If you see only one concert in 2020, make it this one.

  5. I love it when I clicked the link the first game I saw was the Oregon Trail. Gosh, I played that game in elementary school. Cool Site for Sure!

  6. “The benefits of green cars given in the article are very promising, indeed! But it will take a while before this idea becomes a reality. This pandemic has already thrown a spanner in the works of the automobile industry. But the sharp increase in the fuel prices could push the need for green cars in a few years.

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