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Guarda

(gwär`də), city (1991 pop. 18,215), capital of Guarda dist., N central Portugal, in Beira Alta. On the slopes of the Serra da Estrela, it is Portugal's highest city (c.3,400 ft/1,040 m) and is a winter sports resort. Guarda is also the commercial center of an agricultural region, producing metals, leather, and alcoholic beverages. It has an old fort, a castle, and a Gothic cathedral.
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Il lungo saggio su Mario Martone guarda non solo alla sue maggiori regie teatrali ma anche alla sua produzione cinematografica.
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Dominic West Career: West enjoyed early success on the stage, and appeared in movies including Spice World and Star Wars: Episode 1 - The Phantom Menace before taking a break to join the acrobatic Argentinean circus De La Guarda.