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Ecocnews continues its journey among the 12 Portuguese cities that are candidates for European capital of culture for 2027. Since its foundation, Évora has been in constant transformation. Despite its geographical position in the interior of the country it has been a city of convergence where people meet to think about the world. It was the meeting place of civilisations and kings, then a centre of expansionist knowledge, and then one of the main cities of the Portuguese Renaissance.

Leiria was, if not the first, one of the first Portuguese cities to state - long ago on 22nd may of 2015 - the intention to present an application to European Capital of Culture 2027. It was also one of the first to, right after the first pandemic wave, reiterate this intention.

EcocNews begins a journey among the 12 Portuguese cities competing to become the European Capital of Culture in 2027. We asked all the application teams three same questions. Let's start with Ponta Delgada, Azores.

Here are the nine artists selected to participate in the Azores 2027 Art in Residency pilot program. “9 x 9 - Artists are Islands, Islands are Artists” is a project of the Azores 2027, in partnership with Arquipélago - Contemporary Arts Center and with Part'Ilha - Cultural Association for Local Development. Started on 30 September it will end on 4 December 2021.

Aveiro is one of portuguese cities that bidding to become the European Capital of Culture in 2027. They believe that Aveiro 2027 will be the transformation they all want for the City, for Europe and for the World.

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