There was yet another calamity, a phenomenon also rare, such as the earthquake, with equally dramatic consequences.
The cholera epidemic was still affecting the region, when an earthquake of great intensity hit the Algarve
The Report is a precious document, despite the horrible context in which it was written, and the bias it presents, always praising the measures taken and the powers instituted.
We continue to remember the evolution of the cholera pandemic, through a report prepared at the time, by the administrative and health authorities
The year 1855, or rather, between August of that year and May of the following year, was catastrophic for the Algarve, with the terrible consequences lasting for the following years.
The air voyage of Gago Coutinho and Sacadura Cabral to Brazil in 1922 and the commemorative festivities in the Algarve
The newspapers of the time, regional and national, reported on the effusive festivities in the Algarve
The story of a rare royal visit to the Algarve
In February 1837, panic and terror came to the door of the Algarve
The construction of the D. Maria bridge in Santa Clara-a-Velha and the access to the Algarve 200 years ago
Bridge turns 200 these days
The Algarve in 1867 or a devastating portrait of the Algarve and the region – Vila Nova de Portimão and Vila Real de Santo António
There are still many remnants and ways of being, in many municipalities, which have reached our days, with alienated and apathetic societies, mediocre politicians, indebted councils and wasteful institutions
The Algarve in 1867 or a devastating portrait of the Algarve and the region – Silves, Tavira and Vila do Bispo
Silves, Tavira and Vila do Bispo deserved disparate evaluations from Governor Aires Garrido