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Portuguese Naval School

Alfeite, Portugal

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  • Portuguese Naval School

    Established: 1796/1845 Alfeite

    The Portuguese Naval School (Portuguese: Escola Naval) is an higher education level naval academy in Alfeite.

    Branch: Portuguese Navy

    Motto: Talant de bien faire / The talent of doing well

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    Established: 1978 Sintra

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    Established: 1803 Lisbon

    Colégio Militar (Portuguese for "Military College") is a military secondary school in Lisbon, Portugal. It was founded by Marechal António Teixeira Rebello in 1803.

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    Established: 2005 Lisbon

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