Parque de Campismo Municipal de Mira - Mira, Portugal
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N 40° 26.941 W 008° 48.067
29T E 516864 N 4477614
Quick Description: [PT]o Parque de Campismo Municipal de Mira foi inaugurado em 1997 pelo José Sócrates. [EN] The Municipal Camping of Mira was inaugurated in 1997 by José Sócrates.
Location: Coimbra, Portugal
Date Posted: 9/29/2014 1:24:45 AM
Waymark Code: WMMJK6
Published By: Groundspeak Premium Member puczmeloun
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Long Description:
[PT]
A PLACA
Esta placa de pedra está colocada numa das paredes do edificio da receção do Parque de Campismo e pode-se ler:

"Inaugurado em 5-10-1997 por sua Exa. Sr. Sec. de estado adjunto da ministra do ambiente Eng. José Sócrates Carvalho Pinto de Sousa

C. M. Mira Outubro de 1997"


O LOCAL
"O Parque de Campismo Municipal de Mira é ideal para todos aqueles que apreciam mar e praia, oferecendo um cenário e paisagens únicas.

Tem como principais atrações turísticas a Praia, o Museu Etnográfico, a Barrinha, a Gastronomia e a Floresta com percursos de bicicleta e pedestres.

Dispõe ainda de todas as instalações e facilidades para lhe proporcionar uma agradável experiência de campismo."
Fonte: (visit link)


A PESSOA
"José Sócrates Carvalho Pinto de Sousa (Vilar de Maçada, Alijó, 6 de Setembro de 1957) é um político português.

Foi secretário-geral do Partido Socialista, de Setembro de 2004 a Julho de 2011 e Primeiro-ministro de Portugal de 12 de Março de 2005 a 21 de Junho de 2011. Além desses postos, José Sócrates foi secretário de estado-adjunto do Ministério do Ambiente e Ministro do Ambiente e do Ordenamento do Território no governo de António Guterres, e um dos organizadores do campeonato de futebol UEFA Euro 2004 em Portugal.

José Sócrates é licenciado em Engenharia Civil pela Universidade Independente1 e em 2013 concluiu um mestrado em Ciência Política na Escola Doutoral do Instituto de Estudos Políticos de Paris, no qual foi o melhor aluno na variante de Teoria Política."
Fonte: (visit link)

[EN]
THE PLAQUE
This stone plaque is placed in the wall of the reception building of the Camping and can be read:

"Inaugurated on 10.05.1997 by His Excellency the Assistant Secretary of State of the Minister of Environment Eng. José Sócrates Carvalho Pinto de Sousa
Mira C. M. October 1997"



THE PLACE
"The Municipal Camping of Mira is ideal for those who enjoy sea and beach, providing a unique scenery and landscapes.

Its major tourist attractions are the Beach, the Ethnographic Museum, the Barrinha, the Food and the Forest with bicycle and pedestrian paths.

It also has all the facilities and amenities for an enjoyable camping experience."
Translated from: (visit link)

THE PERSON
"José Sócrates Carvalho Pinto de Sousa (born 6 September 1957), commonly known as José Sócrates, is a Portuguese politician who was the Prime Minister of Portugal from 12 March 2005 to 21 June 2011.

For the second half of 2007, he acted as the President-in-Office of the Council of the European Union. In addition to these posts, José Sócrates was Portugal's Minister for Youth and Sports and one of the organisers of the UEFA Euro 2004 football championship in Portugal, as well as being a former Environment Minister in the governments of António Guterres.

On 23 March 2011, he submitted his resignation to the president after parliament rejected his government's austerity measures in a vote, leading to the Portuguese legislative election of 2011. After losing the election, held on 5 June 2011, he resigned as Secretary-General of the Socialist Party."
From: (visit link)
What was opened/inaugurated?: Parque de Campismo Municipal de Mira

Who was that opened/inaugurated it?: Eng. José Sócrates Carvalho Pinto de Sousa

Date of the opening/inauguration?: 5-10-1997

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