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Portugal 2€ commemorative coin 2024 - 50th anniversary of the revolution of 25 April 1974

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Feature: The history of the Portuguese dictatorship is a history of permanent resistance to the Dictatorship. And that is why, when the Armed Forces Movement declared a military coup on the 25th of April 1974, the country shouted as one: "Freedom! Freedom!"
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