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Faro: Portugal’s little-known paradise by the sea

Portugal’s Faro has a history of being hard done by. Sacked by the Earl of Essex in 1596 and then levelled by an earthquake in 1755, it’s no wonder the modern city has relatively few historic buildings. Those that remain, however, are stunning and well worth seeing.

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