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Many dignitaries from the public and cultural life of Serbia, as well as numerous representatives of the diplomatic corps, attended the formal reception organised last night on the celebration of Portugal Day at the Hilton Hotel.

Ambassador of Portugal H.E. Virginia Piña, addressed the present guests and emphasised the significance of this day for the Portuguese people.

The national day of Portugal is celebrated on 10th June, the most important public holiday in Portugal and the date with which the nation identifies. On that day in 1580, the greatest Portuguese poet of all time, Luís de Camões, died. That date was chosen because the famous poet’s exact date of birth is unknown.

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