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Institute of Odivelas (Prince Alfonse)

Odivelas, Portugal

  • Institute of Odivelas (Prince Alfonse)

    Established: 1900 Odivelas

    The Instituto de Odivelas (IO) is a Portuguese military school for young girls, located at Odivelas. The present official full name of the school is Instituto de Odivelas (Infante Dom Afonso).

    Branch: Portuguese Army

    Motto: Duc in altum

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Institute of Odivelas (Prince Alfonse)