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This is a monument to the Carnation Revolution that can be seen in the little village of S緌 Bartolomeu do Outeiro. The Carnation Revolution is commonly known as the 25th April (1974), as it was the date the military coup took place, leading to the end of the dictatorship and the war in the Portuguese colonies. It was named Carnation Revolution because most part of the soldiers carried red carnations, many of them given by the people. It's a National Holiday in Portugal.
This sculpture is big but not so easy to photograph, so I framed it this way.

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