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Portugal

by Advik Roy

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Portugal
By: Advik Roy
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Table Of Contents
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1..... Dedication Page
2..... Introduction
3..... Growing Up
4..... Capital Of Portugal
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This book is dedicated to Cristiano Ronaldo because you inspired me to play soccer and that's why I dedicate this book to you
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Intruduction
In Portugal, there is many fun religious stuff and their food cultures.
In the book, there is going to be many stuff that you will know like who's the most well known person and more.
You will also know what's to most popular state in Portugal.
Growing Up
In Portugal, it's a very hard place to grow up because almost everyone is poor. But the people who are successful deserved it because they worked hard for it.
FUN FACT!
PORTUGAL IS ONE OF THE BEST FOOTBALL OR YOU COULD SAY SOCCER TEAMS IN THE WORLD...
Capital Of Portugal
Portugals is in Europe and one of the most popular states in Portugal is Lisbon and Lisbon is the Capital of Portugal.
Lisbon also has many clubs like, soccer which is called sporting Lisbon, and more like golf but they also raise a lot of charity for the poor.
Fun Fact!
Fun Fact, Lisbon is the most populated state in Portugal.
All About Portugal
Today's continental Portugal, along with most of modern Spain, was part of al-Andalus between 726 and 1249, following the Umayyad Caliphate conquest of the Iberian Peninsula. This rule lasted from some decades in the North to five centuries in the South.

After defeating the Visigoths in only a few months, the Umayyad Caliphate started expanding rapidly in the peninsula. Beginning in 726, the land that is now Portugal became part of the vast Umayyad Caliphate's empire of Damascus, which stretched from the Indus river in the Indian sub-continent up to the South of France, until its collapse in 750. That year the west of the empire gained its independence under Abd-ar-Rahman I with the establishment of the Emirate of Córdoba. After almost two centuries, the Emirate became the Caliphate of Córdoba in 929, until its dissolution a century later in 1031 into no less than 23 small kingdoms, called Taifa kingdoms.
And That's The End Of The Book
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