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Formally known as 'Rua da Saude', the road bearing Mourinho's name is located by the seafront in the coastal city in the Greater Lisbon Metropolitan Area.
Blairite MPs walked the seafront with rictus smiles.
Images showed residents wading in waist-deep water along the iconic Malecon seafront promenade.
Video images tweeted by the Dutch Defense Ministry and taken from a helicopter flying over the island showed damage to the airport and the dock and seafront areas.
Video images tweeted by the Dutch Defense Ministry showed damage to the airport and the dock and seafront areas.
The 260 rooms are filled with curves: rounded frames for the desks and bed platforms, arabesques on walls and curtains, and circular chairs positioned to take in the seafront or the evolving skyline of starchitect skyscrapers.
Large waves around coastal districts tossed sand and rocks onto coastal roads, seafronts and properties.
The 118-room resort includes a seafront pavilion and two private villas.
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