Madeira

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Madeira
autonomous region of Portugal, integral overseas territory, subregion of Portugal, electoral unit
Oge/afọ mmalite1976 Dezie
demonymmadeirense Dezie
Abụ njirimaraHino da Região Autónoma da Madeira Dezie
ederede motoDas Ilhas as Mais Belas e Livres Dezie
kọntinentEluàlà Dezie
mba/obodoPortugal Dezie
isi steetiFunchal Dezie
dị na ngalaba nhazi mpagharaPortugal Dezie
dị na mpaghara ogeWestern European Time Dezie
dị n'ime ma ọ bụ n'akụkụ mmiri mmiriÒrìmìlì Atlantic Dezie
dị na / na njirimara ahụrụ ányáMadeira Archipelago Dezie
nhazi ọnọdụ32°45′0″N 17°0′0″W Dezie
geoshapeData:Madeira.map Dezie
ebe kachasi eluPico Ruivo Dezie
ụlọ ọrụ nke onye isi gọọmentị nwerePresident of the Regional Government of Madeira Dezie
Onyeisi gọọmentiMiguel Albuquerque Dezie
òtù omebe iwuLegislative Assembly of Madeira Dezie
public holidayMadeira Day Dezie
onye nweMachico Municipal Stadium, Centro Desportivo da Madeira Dezie
dochieAdjacent Islands of Madeira and Porto Santo Dezie
Asụsụ ọ na-asụPortuguese Sign Language, Portuguese Dezie
webụsaịtịhttp://www.madeira.gov.pt/ Dezie
ọkọlọtọflag of Madeira Dezie
ụdị metụtaraCategory:Madeira-related lists Dezie
demographics nke isiokwudemographics of Madeira Dezie
Koodu ọkpụkpọ mpaghara351 291 Dezie
koodu akwụkwọ ikike maka ụgbọ alaP Dezie
ọnụọgụ njirimara mmiri255 Dezie
udi maka maapụCategory:Maps of Madeira Dezie
Atiya maka ele ihe anyaCategory:Views of Madeira Dezie
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Archipelago gụnyere agwa etiti Madeira, Porto Santo, na Desertas, nke a na-achịkwa na agwaetiti dị iche iche nke Savage Islands. Ihe dị ka ọkara nke ndị bi na mpaghara ahụ bi na Funchal. [1]Mpaghara ahụ nwere ikike ndọrọ ndọrọ ọchịchị na nchịkwa site na Iwu ndọrọ ndọrọ ọchịchị nke Mpaghara Na-achị Onwe nke Madeira nyere na Iwu Portuguese. Mpaghara na-achị onwe ya bụ akụkụ dị mkpa nke European Union dị ka mpaghara kachasị elu. [2]Madeira na ozuzu ya nwere ihu igwe dị nro na nke dị nro nke nwere oke ọkọchị oge okpomọkụ na mmiri ozuzo oge oyi. A na-ahụ ọtụtụ microclimates n'ebe dị iche iche.

Ndị ọrụ ụgbọ mmiri Portuguese na-ejere Prince Henry the Navigator ozi na 1419 ma biri na Madeira, nke a na-ebighị na mbụ. A na-ewere agwaetiti ahụ dị ka nchọpụta mbụ nke oge nchọpụta nke Oge Nchọpụta.

Madeira bụ ebe ezumike a ma ama na afọ niile, ọkachasị maka ndị Portuguese ibe ya, makwa ndị Britain (148,000 gara leta ya na 2021), na ndị Germany (113,000). [3]Ọ bụ agwa etiti Portuguese kacha nwee ọnụ ọgụgụ mmadụ na ọnụ ọgụgụ mmadụ. A maara mpaghara ahụ maka Mmanya Madeira, osisi, Anụmanụ, na ọhịa laurel ya, nke e kewara dị ka UNESCO World Heritage Site. Isi ọdụ ụgbọ mmiri dị na Funchal abụwo ọdụ ụgbọ mmiri Portuguese na-eduga na ọdụ ụgbọ mmiri, nkwụsị dị mkpa maka njem ụgbọ mmiri Atlantic na etiti Europe, Caribbean na North Africa. [4][5]Na mgbakwunye, e mepụtara International Business Centre of Madeira, nke a makwaara dị ka Madeira Free Trade Zone, n'ụzọ ziri ezi na 1980s dị ka ngwá ọrụ nke iwu akụ na ụba mpaghara. Ọ na-agụnye usoro ihe mkpali, ọkachasị ụtụ isi, nke enyere na ebumnuche nke ịdọta itinye ego mba ọzọ dabere na ọrụ mba ụwa na Madeira.[6]

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Plutarch na ya Parallel Lives (Sertorius, 75 AD) na-ezo aka na ọchịagha Quintus Sertorius (d. 72 BC), na-akọ na mgbe ọ laghachiri Cádiz, ọ zutere ndị ọrụ ụgbọ mmiri na-ekwu maka agwaetiti Atlantic mara mma: "A na-ekwu na agwaetiti ndị ahụ dị abụọ n'ọnụ ọgụgụ kewara site na obere ọwara na 10,000 site na Africa. "

Ihe akaebe e gwupụtara n'ala na-egosi na Ndị Vikings nwere ike ileta agwaetiti ahụ n'agbata afọ 900 na 1030.[7]

Akụkọ sitere n'aka Muhammad al-Idrisi na-ekwu na ndị Mugharrarin ("ndị na-agba ọsọ" - ndị na-anya ụgbọ mmiri si Lisbon) rutere n'àgwàetiti ebe ha chọtara "ọtụtụ atụrụ, anụ nke dị ilu na nke a na-apụghị iri eri" tupu ha aga Canary ndị mmadụ bi. Agwaetiti. Àgwàetiti a, ikekwe Madeira ma ọ bụ Hierro, ga-abụrịrị na ndị mmadụ biburu ma ọ bụ letabu ya ka anụ ụlọ nọrọ ya. ọ.[8]

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N'oge ọchịchị Eze Edward nke Atọ nke England, e kwuru na ndị ha na a hụrụ na anya bụ́ Robert Machim na Anna d’Arfet si England gbaga France na 1346. N’ịbụ ndị oké ifufe chụpụrụ n’ụzọ ahụ, ụgbọ mmiri ha gbadara n’akụkụ ụsọ oké osimiri nke àgwàetiti nwere ike ịbụ. bụ Madeira. Mgbe e mesịrị akụkọ a bụ ihe ndabere nke aha obodo Machico dị n'àgwàetiti ahụ, na ebe ana echekwa nke ndị na-eto eto hụrụ n'anya..[9]

Mpempe akwụkwọ nke anọ na nke ikpeazụ nke mpempe akwụkwọ anọ Corbitis Atlas (1384-1410)

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  1. Mullen. Why Madeira Island Is A World Apart (en). Forbes. Retrieved on 2022-10-29.
  2. EUR-Lex – 12002E299 – EN. eur-lex.europa.eu. Archived from the original on 16 May 2017. Retrieved on 28 December 2016.
  3. Tourists in Madeira, Portugal by country 2021.
  4. Madeira Welcomes Most Cruisers From All Over The World With Its Cultural Heritage (12 March 2022). Retrieved on April 27, 2022.
  5. 14-02-2018 - In 2017, Madeira's hotel industry registered new records in overnight stays and revenue. estatistica.madeira.gov.pt. Archived from the original on 22 May 2018. Retrieved on 20 May 2018.
  6. About IBC. ibc-madeira.com. Archived from the original on 19 March 2018. Retrieved on 19 March 2018.
  7. Vikings may have settled on Madeira island 400 years prior to Portuguese colonization. The Archaeology News Network (26 January 2011). Archived from the original on 10 January 2020. Retrieved on 21 May 2019.
  8. Idrisi, La première géographie de l'Occident, NEF, Paris 1999
  9. Nicholas Cayetano de Bettencourt Pitta, 1812, pp. 11–17