The António Borges garden, built between 1858 and 1861, is one of the main historical gardens of the island of São Miguel, representing for the history of gardens a patrimonial value of major relevance in the regional and national panorama.

Since 1957, it has belonged to the Municipality of Ponta Delgada, since then it has been a recreational and leisure area, with free public access.

 

 

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Azores in the Forbes top 20

Cecilia Rodriguez, journalist, traveler and writer, has set tight criteria for choosing the best destinations to live. The criteria were the presence of an international school, quality of life, health system, internet connection, proximity to airports with international flights, cost of living, expat community and low crime rate. Discover the most American-friendly destinations in Europe, those with the best quality of life, …

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Dolphins fly in the Azores

This could be the beginning of a description of the image in this article. In this one, the photographer invites the observer to imagine where the dolphin comes from: is it a jump from the water or was it flying smoothly before a flight steeply over the Atlantic? Whatever the reader imagines, the resemblance to a seagull is evident, except …

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