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The Algarve, the Mediterranean coast of Portugal, is bathed all year in the sun. Its picturesque old towns, with historic Moorish architecture and sandy beaches surrounded by large cliffs, beckon the tourist to the area which in Medieval days was thought to be the end of the world.
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