Colombian school ship in Lisbon

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The three-masted sailing ship ‘Gloria’ arrives in Lisbon this Sunday and will be open to the public until Wednesday, when it leaves the Conde de Óbidos Rock Pier.

When it enters the Tagus River on Sunday morning, the Colombian ship Gloria will salute with an artillery salute as it passes the Belém Tower. The three-masted sailing ship, built in 1968, is the Colombian Navy’s school ship, and will be open to the public every day during its passage through Lisbon until it departs on Wednesday afternoon from the Rocha do Conde de Óbidos pier.

“Dear Portuguese and Colombian friends, it is with great joy that I invite you all to visit the school ship Gloria, which will arrive in Lisbon and will be moored at the Conde de Óbidos Rock Pier (Cabeços 62-65, Alcântara). This is a unique opportunity to learn more about Colombian culture and history, and to strengthen the ties between our countries,” says the Colombian ambassador to Portugal, José Fernando Bautista.

” Gloria will be open to the public on Sunday, Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. Come and visit us and share moments of conviviality and friendship. We look forward to seeing you with open arms!” added the diplomat.

Moti Shabi
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