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The archipelago of the Azores is located in the middle of the northern hemisphere of the Atlantic Ocean and extends along a west-northwest to east-southeast orientation between The islands of the Azores emerged from what is called the Azores Plateau , a 5.
Its northwest limit connects to the Mid-Atlantic Ridge, while the southeast section intersects the Gloria Fault southeast of the island of Santa Maria.
The islands of the archipelago were formed through volcanic and seismic activity during the Neogene Period; the first embryonic surfaces started to appear in the waters of Santa Maria during the Miocene epoch from circa 8 million years ago.
The sequence of the island formation has been generally characterized as: Owing to its geodynamic environment, the region has been center of intense seismic activity, particularly along its tectonic boundaries on the Mid-Atlantic Ridge and Terceira Rift.
Seismic events although frequent, usually tectonic or vulco-tectonic in nature, but in general low to medium intensities, occasionally punctuated by events of level 5 or greater on the Richter magnitude scale.
In comparison, the earthquake that was mentioned by historian Gaspar Frutuoso measured 6. Each of the islands has its own distinct geomorphological characteristics that make them unique: In addition, several sub-surface reefs particularly the Dollabarat on the fringe of the Formigas , banks specifically the Princess Alice Bank and D.
The archipelago lies in the Palearctic ecozone , forming a unique biome that includes the macaronesian subtropical laurissilva , with many endemic species of plants and animals.
New species are found regularly in the Azores e. Even though the Azores look very green and sometimes wild, the vegetation has been extremely altered.
A great part of it has been wiped out in the past years for its valuable wood for tools, buildings, boats, fire wood , and so on and to clear land for agriculture.
As a result, it is estimated that more than half of insects on the Graciosa island have disappeared or will become extinct. Consequently, some invasive plants have filled these deserted and disturbed lands.
Hydrangeas are another potential pest, but their threat is less serious. Notwithstanding the fact that hydrangeas were introduced from America or Asia , some locals consider them a symbol of the archipelago and propagate them along roadsides, helping the plants to escape into the wild.
Cryptomeria , the Japanese cedar, is a conifer extensively grown for its timber. The two most common of these alien species are Pittosporum undulatum and Acacia melanoxylon.
They are usually restricted to ancient agricultural land and only rarely penetrate into undisturbed native vegetation. Reforestation efforts with native laurissilva vegetation have been done successfully in many parts of the Azores.
The Azores has at least two endemic bird species. The islets of the Formigas the Portuguese word for " ants " , including the area known as the Dollabarat Reef, have a rich environment of maritime species, such as black coral and manta rays , different species of sharks , whales , and sea turtles.
The average annual rainfall increases from east to west, ranging from to millimetres The Azores High , an area of high atmospheric pressure , is named after the islands.
Rivas Martinez data, presents several different bioclimatic zones for the Azores  Seasonal lag is extreme in the low-sun half of the year, with December being milder than April in terms of mean temperatures.
Azores have the warmest winters in Europe still within the European continental plate. During summer the lag is somewhat lower, with August being the warmest month.
There has never been a frost, snowfall or freeze ever recorded at sea level on any of the islands. The coldest weather in winter usually comes from northwesterly air masses originating from Labrador in Canada.
In addition, the Instituto de Meteorologia has identified the following weather extremes:. The Azores are known for small hurricanes.
A total of 14 tropical or subtropical cyclones have affected the region in history. Most of them were either extratropical or tropical storms when they affected the region, although several Category 1 hurricanes have reached the Azores.
Only one major hurricane has ever impacted the Azores; Hurricane Ophelia in , at Category 3 intensity. The following storms have impacted the region while at Category 1 strength: Storms that were extratropical when they impacted the region include Hurricane Tanya in , Tropical Storm Ana in and Tropical Storm Grace in In addition, the Azores subtropical storm affected the region in October The Azores are divided into 19 municipalities concelhos ; each municipality is further divided into parishes freguesias , of which there is a total of in all of the Azores.
The municipalities, by island, are:. There are six cities Portuguese: Angra also serves as the ecclesiastical centre of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Angra , the episcopal see of the Azores.
The Azores were uninhabited when Portuguese navigators arrived in the early 15th century; settlement began in with migrants from several regions of mainland Portugal and from Madeira.
The islands were populated mainly by Portuguese immigrants from the Algarve , Alentejo , and Minho ; in an effort to escape the dangers of the Portuguese inquisition on mainland Portugal, however, many Portuguese Sephardic Jews settled on the islands in large numbers.
Azorean Jews had surnames such as: Thus the Azorean population received a significant contribution from people with genetic backgrounds other than Portuguese.
The nature of the economy dictated that African slavery never became common in the Azores because they were sent to Brazil and the Caribbean.
Only a few remained in the Azores to help with domestic chores, although the islands sometimes served as a waypoint for ships carrying African slaves.
Inhabitants of the various islands have DNA of various origins. Northern California was the final destination for many of the Massachusetts immigrants who then moved on to the San Joaquin Valley , especially the city of Turlock , just south of Modesto.
In the late s many Azoreans emigrated to the Hawaiian islands. Since , the Azores is an autonomous region integrated within the framework of the Portuguese Republic.
It has its own government and autonomous legislature within its own political-administrative statute and organic law. Its governmental organs include: It is represented in the Council of Ministers by a representative appointed by the President of the Republic, which was created during the revision of the constitution of which, among other things, removed the older Portuguese representative that was appointed by the President of the Republic, beholden to the Council of State and coincident with the President.
The islands of the archipelago do not have independent status in law, except in electoral law and are governed by 19 municipalities that subdivide the islands.
In addition, until the administrative reform of the 19th century, the following civil parishes had municipal standing: These civil parishes still retain their titles of "vila" in name only; the populations of Capelas and neighbouring parish still protest the change and promote the restoration of their status.
The municipalities are further subdivided into several civil parishes, with the exception of Corvo the only municipality by law without a civil parish, owing to its size.
Although the PS dominates the regional politics, the PSD is traditionally popular in city and town council elections. The Azores, like Madeira and the Canary Islands , are among member state territories with special status , as one of the designated "Outermost Regions".
Each of the nine islands has an airport,  although the majority are airfields rather than airports. The remaining, except for Lajes Field , are operated by the Regional Government.
Lajes is a military airbase, as well as a commercial airport, and is operated by the Portuguese Armed Forces in conjunction with the United States.
The Azores has had a long history of water transport to overcome distances and establish inter-community contacts and trade. Consequently, the shipbuilding industry developed in many islands, from small fishing boats, to whaling sloops to larger passenger services.
After , the Insulana Shipping Company was the only entity responsible for regular traffic between the islands except Corvo , Madeira and the United States.
For the next 20 years, commercial maritime service between the islands ceased except between Faial-Pico and Lajes das Flores-Vila do Corvo. Meanwhile, new initiatives began in the late s: Azoreans have developed their own distinct regional identity and cultural traits, from a combination of continental Portuguese customs brought by various waves of immigration and local political and environmental factors.
Religious festivals, patron saints and traditional holidays mark the Azorean calendar. These festivals are very important to the Azorean people, who are primarily Roman Catholic, and combine religious rituals with processions celebrating the benevolence and egalitarianism of neighbours.
The events focus on the members of local parishes, not tourists, but all are welcome, as sharing is one of the main principles of the festivals.
Pilgrims from within the Portuguese diaspora normally travel to Ponta Delgada to participate in an afternoon procession behind the image of Christ along the flower-decorated streets of the city.
Although the solemn procession is only held on one day, the events of the Festival of Senhor Santo Cristo occur over a period of a week and involve a ritual of moving the image between the main church and convent nightly, ultimately culminating in the procession, which is televised within the Azores and to the Portuguese diaspora.
It is marked by social and cultural events connected to the tradition of whale hunting. The Wine Harvest Festival or Festa das Vindimas , takes place during the first week of September and is a century-old custom of the people of Pico.
Also, the Semana do Mar Sea Week , dedicated almost exclusively to water sports , takes place in August in the city of Horta, on Faial. In Horta, the famous yacht harbor, look at the beautiful tiles and gilded carvings in the 17th and 18th century churches of Sao Salvador, Nossa Senhora do Carmo and Sao Francisco.
Pico features the highest mountain in the Azores and Portugal. Owes its name to the ft high volcanic cone. Velas, with its fishing port, is the main town.
The smallest of all Azores islands and a peaceful sanctuary. In Caldeirao enormous volcanic crater ,there are two lakes with nine small islands, just like the archipelago.
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Archeological evidence suggests that the islands may have been visited by the Vikings sometime between and Driven off course by a violent storm, their ship ran aground along the coast of an island that may have been Madeira.
Later this legend was the basis of the naming of the city of Machico on the island, in memory of the young lovers. Knowledge of some Atlantic islands, such as Madeira, existed before their formal discovery and settlement, as the islands were shown on maps as early as The following year, an organised expedition, under the captaincy of Zarco, Vaz Teixeira, and Bartolomeu Perestrello , traveled to the island to claim it on behalf of the Portuguese Crown.
Subsequently, the new settlers observed "a heavy black cloud suspended to the southwest. The first Portuguese settlers began colonizing the islands around or Grain production began to fall and the ensuing crisis forced Henry the Navigator to order other commercial crops to be planted so that the islands could be profitable.
Following the introduction of the first water-driven sugar mill on Madeira, sugar production increased to over 6, arrobas an arroba was equal to 11 to 12 kilograms by ,  using advisers from Sicily and financed by Genoese capital.
Genoa acted as an integral part of the island economy until the 17th century. The accessibility of Madeira attracted Genoese and Flemish traders, who were keen to bypass Venetian monopolies.
By the s Madeira had overtaken Cyprus as a producer of sugar. Barbary corsairs from North Africa, who enslaved Europeans from ships and coastal communities throughout the Mediterranean region, captured 1, people in Porto Santo in The British first amicably occupied the island in whereafter Colonel William Henry Clinton became governor.
U torpedoed and sank three ships, bringing the war to Portugal by extension. The ships sunk were:. Batteries on Madeira returned fire and eventually forced U to withdraw.
The U-boats fired 40 4. There were three fatalities and 17 wounded; a number of houses and Santa Clara church were hit.
Charles I Karl I , the last Emperor of the Austro-Hungarian Empire , was involuntarily exiled to Madeira after the war, and two unsuccessful attempts to reclaim his thrones.
Determined to prevent an attempt to restore Charles to the throne, the Council of Allied Powers agreed he could go into exile on Madeira because it was isolated in the Atlantic and easily guarded.
On 1 July , following the democratic revolution of , Portugal granted political autonomy to Madeira, celebrated on Madeira Day.
The region now has its own government and legislative assembly. On 20 February at least 42 people died  and were injured  by the Madeira floods and mudslides that affected the Island.
Drought conditions, coupled with hot and windy weather in summer, have caused numerous wildfires in recent years. The largest of the fires in August burned through 95 percent of the Funchal Ecological Park, a 1,hectare preserve set aside to restore native vegetation to the island.
In July Madeira was suffering again from severe drought. By 20 July, fires had spread to the nearby island of Porto Santo , and firefighters were sent from mainland Portugal to contain the multiple blazes.
In October , it was reported that there was a dengue fever epidemic on the island. The number of cases was on the decline since mid November and by 4 February , no new cases had been reported.
In August , a hospital and some private homes were evacuated as a wildfire approached Funchal. A number of homes were destroyed when the fire hit Monte, a suburb of Funchal.
In August , wildfires caused over 1, people to be evacuated, destroyed homes, and led to the death of three people, all of whom are said to have been elderly.
In August , a falling tree killed at least 13 people and injured 49 at a religious ceremony. In Madeira island will celebrate six centuries since its formal discovery by the Portuguese.
The two archipelagos are the only land in the Atlantic on the 32nd parallel north. The origins of the Tore-Madeira Ridge are not clearly established, but may have resulted from a morphological buckling of the lithosphere.
Volcanic activity later resumed, producing scoria cones and lava flows atop the older eroded shield. It has a mountain ridge that extends along the centre of the island, reaching 1, metres 6, feet at its highest point Pico Ruivo , while much lower below metres along its eastern extent.
The primitive volcanic foci responsible for the central mountainous area, consisted of the peaks: The islands are strongly influenced by the Gulf Stream and Canary Current , giving mild year-round temperatures; according to the Instituto de Meteorologia IM , the average annual temperature at Funchal weather station is Porto Santo has at least one weather station with a semiarid climate BSh.
In most winters snowfall occurs in the mountains of Madeira. Lava pools  in Porto Moniz. The Desertas Islands in the distance at sunrise.
In some winters snow can occasionally be seen from Funchal, while the temperatures in the city stay mild. Accentuated orography produces sui generis climate in Madeira Island.
In the south, there is very little left of the indigenous subtropical rainforest which once covered the whole island [ citation needed ] the original settlers set fire to the island to clear the land for farming and gave it the name it now bears Madeira means "wood" in Portuguese.
However, in the north, the valleys contain native trees of fine growth. The paleobotanical record of Madeira reveals that laurisilva forest has existed in this island for at least 1.
The Madeiran wall lizard Lacerta dugesii is a species of lizard in the Lacertidae family. It is usually found in rocky places or among scrub and may climb into trees.
It is also found in gardens and on the walls of buildings. It feeds on small invertebrates such as ants and also eats some vegetable matter.
The tail is easily shed and the stump regenerates slowly. Most animals are finely flecked with darker markings.
The underparts are white or cream, sometimes with dark spots, with some males having orange or red underparts and blue throats, but these bright colours may fade if the animal is disturbed.
The island of Madeira is wet in the northwest, but dry in the southeast. In the 16th century the Portuguese started building levadas or aqueducts to carry water to the agricultural regions in the south.
Madeira is very mountainous, and building the levadas was difficult and often convicts or slaves were used. Today the levadas not only supply water to the southern parts of the island, but provide hydro-electric power.
Some provide easy and relaxing walks through the countryside, but others are narrow, crumbling ledges where a slip could result in serious injury or death.
It is known as the mimosa levada , because "mimosa" trees, the colloquial name for invasive acacia are found all along the route. Administratively, Madeira with a population of , inhabitants in  and covering an area of Funchal is the capital and principal city of the Autonomous Region of Madeira, located along the southern coast of the island of Madeira.
It is a modern city, located within a natural geological " amphitheatre " composed of vulcanological structure and fluvial hydrological forces.
The island was settled by Portuguese people , especially farmers from the Minho region,  meaning that Madeirans Portuguese: Madeirenses , as they are called, are ethnically Portuguese, though they have developed their own distinct regional identity and cultural traits.
In , when a famine struck Madeira over 6, of the inhabitants migrated to British Guiana. In they numbered 4. In this grew to 21, Most of them settled in Illinois  with financial and physical aid of the American Protestant Society, headquartered in New York City.
In the late s the Reverend Robert Reid Kalley , from Scotland, a Presbyterian minister as well as a physician, made a stop at Funchal, Madeira on his way to a mission in China, with his wife, so that she could recover from an illness.
Kalley and his wife stayed on Madeira where he began preaching the Protestant gospel and converting islanders from Catholicism.
Kalley was arrested for his religious conversion activities and imprisoned. By , about 1, Protestant Madeirenses, who were discriminated against and the subjects of mob violence because of their religious conversions, chose to immigrate to Trinidad and other locations in the West Indies in answer for a call for sugar plantation workers.
The tropical climate was unfamiliar and they found themselves in serious economic difficulties. By , the American Protestant Society raised money and sent the Rev.
Gonsalves, a Baptist minister and a naturalized U. Arsenio da Silva, who had emigrated with the exiles from Madeira, to arrange to resettle those who wanted to come to the United States.Auch vier Minuten später hatte Portugal eher Glück, als Sigthorsson zentral nur hauchdünn im Abseits stand. The islands of the archipelago do not have independent status in law, except in electoral law and are governed by 19 municipalities that subdivide the islands. Ricardo Quaresma — Nani, Cristiano Ronaldo. Cristiano Ronaldo warns Mayorga rape claims perpetrators October 29, Reminder as Cristiano gets 15th straight nomination October 8,. Karte in Saison Zuschauer: Im Interesse unserer User behalten wir uns vor, jeden Beitrag vor der Veröffentlichung zu prüfen. For the next 20 years, commercial maritime service between the islands ceased except between Faial-Pico and Lajes das Flores-Vila do Corvo. Since , the Azores is an autonomous region integrated within the framework of the Portuguese Republic. Boxen Live Sport It's with great pleasure that we welcome you on this formidable platform dedicated to avid Cristiano Ronaldo fans worldwide. The Azores were uninhabited when Portuguese navigators arrived in the early 15th century; the settlement process was initiated in with individuals from various regions of mainland Portugal and from Madeira. Nani bleibt zweites Tor verwehrt In der Folge ging Portugal vorsichtiger zu Werke - ohne sich aber zwischendurch die ein oder andere Denkpause zu leisten. Musikalische Reise von Karlsruhe nach Speyer Unterhaltung Other points of Beste Spielothek in Tettenwang finden third largest island in the Azores are: Johann Gudmundsson flankte in aller Ruhe von der rechten Seite, in der Mitte stand Bjarnasson an der Grenze zum Fünfmeterraum völlig frei und schob - von Wolfsburgs Vieirinha völlig aus den Augen verloren - den Ball vorbei am chancenlosen Rui Patricio ins portugiesische Tor.
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