Graciosa

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Graciosa

(gräsēô`zə), island (1991 pop. 5,600), 24 sq mi (62 sq km), Angra do Heroísmo dist., in the N Atlantic, one of the central AzoresAzores
, Port. Açores [Port.,=hawks], islands (1991 pop. 241,592), 905 sq mi (2,344 sq km), and autonomous region of Portugal, in the Atlantic Ocean, c.900 mi (1,448 km) W of mainland Portugal.
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. The chief town is Santa Cruz.
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8 million) revolver credit insurance policy from Swiss Export Risk Insurance (SERV), the Swiss government sponsored insurance company, which has already worked with Leclanch on its Graciosa Island project.
They happily ensconced themselves on Graciosa Island, in the Azores, because they found a wide range of those interactions and a lovely diversity of air masses.
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A 47-year-old man and an 11-year-old girl drowned in the Canary Islands when they were swept away by waves on La Graciosa island on Thursday, AP quoted the regional government as saying in a statement Friday.
The Mirador del Rio, created by Manrique is on the north west of the island and island and offers spectacular views of La Graciosa island.
TAKE a boat to La Graciosa island off Lanzarote's northern tip and enjoy a picnic on the golden La Cocina beach.
HIGH LIFE: View of La Graciosa island GET THE POINT: Cactus garden and windmill at Guatiza, right SO SEA-NIC: Atlantis Tunnels and boats at Puerto del Carmen
SEE: The natural caverns at Jameos del Agua and breathtaking views across to Graciosa Island.
The Clouds, Aerosol, and Precipitation in the Marine Boundary Layer (CAP-MBL) deployment at Graciosa Island in the Azores generated a 21-month (April 2009December 2010) comprehensive dataset documenting clouds, aerosols, and precipitation using the Atmospheric Radiation Measurement Program (ARM) Mobile Facility (AMF).
Graciosa Island straddles the boundary between the subtropics and midlatitudes in the northeast Atlantic Ocean and consequently experiences a great diversity of meteorological and cloudiness conditions.
A 21-month deployment to Graciosa Island In the northeastern Atlantic Ocean is providing an unprecedented record of the clouds, aerosols, and meteorology in a poorly sampled remote marine environment.
The island offers exceptional sightseeing, including the natural caverns at Jameos del Agua and breathtaking views across to Graciosa Island.