- A·zores ( zôrz, z rz, -zôrz , -z rz ) also A·ço·res (ä-sôr sh).
- The Azores is a group of nine islands located in the North Atlantic approximately There has been little scientific study of internal waves around the Azores.
- The Azores is an archipelago in the Atlantic. Ocean between The population of the Azores tops 240000 The Portuguese first reached the Azores in 1427.
- AZORES SCIENTIFIC CRITERIA AND GUIDANCE
- AZORES SCIENTIFIC.
- AZORES ISLANDS (PORTUGAL)
- The Azores archipelago is located between the latitude 37º to 40º N and the Azores and demarks the frontier of these three plates (Morton, B., et al., 1998).
- 1377 4pp AZORES Q6
- “To the depths of the ocean, the world's last great frontier.” Azores Undersea Volcanoes. A Deep Ocean Journey to an Alien World.
- Dignitaries from Portuguese-American Leadership Council arrive at Holy Ghost feast
- Portuguese-American Leadership Council of the US Chairman Fernando Rosa reacts after being presented with a book about the Azores from Vasco Cordeiro, Secretary of the Economy, Republic of the Azores.
- Holy Ghost Feast visitors celebrate while the weather allows it
- Nuno Pimental puts out some of the meat that will be blessed by the bishop of the Azores at the Great Feast of the Holy Ghost. By Marc Munroe Dion Red meat. Bread with a golden crust.
- Tradition of the Azores takes root in Central Valley bullrings
- The forcados make their stand in festa bravas (bullfights) in the dusty dairy towns of Central California, places like Stevinson, Gustine and Laton, where the Azores islanders live.
- Azores Winter/Fall Travel Packages Announced
- by Isabellina Ceballos on Aug 25, 2011 The unspoiled nature, mild climate and European culture of the Azores Islands are just four hours from Boston with Azores Express/SATA's newly annouced fall and winter packages.
- Fun Fact: Things you may not have know about the Great Feast of the Holy Ghost
- By Linda Murphy The crown that the queen of the feast wears is genuine silver, and was a gift to the first feast from Joao Bosco Mota Amaral, who was the President of the Azores when the feast started.
- Azores Online
- Azores.com is the site of reference for all things about the Azores islands.
- AZORES. Lots of updated information's, more than 800 pictures, link
- Jørn Rosenkilde gives many pictures and some information on each island, accessed via clickable map.
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