|Area||92,212 sq km|
|Population||10,291,027 ( 2017 estimate.)|
|Electricity||230V/50Hz (European plug)|
AMPS / ERAWS
Suryaprabha Newsletter - Ananda Marga in Algeria Region and Gibraltar Region (2014). We are starting this newsletter so that everyone can receive the news, inspiration, and information about upcoming events in the region. The name ‘Suryaprabha’ means "bright light like the sun".
This being one of the sunniest and warmest parts of Europe, the name seemed appropriate. ..→
Ananda Cafe ( Portugal) was founded in 2012 to promote health and well-being through its sattvik vegetarian meals and delicacies. The aim of Ananda Cafe is also to serve as an open public space where people of all nationalities, background and professions, can meet and share different alternative ideas, while enjoying healthy, delicious food.
To make this ..→
AMURT / PCAP
Rewilding our Planet (Portugal - society) We are a group of young residents who found, and built, our homes in the Pinhal Interior region of Central Portugal. We came here from all corners of Portugal, Europe and have even crossed oceans to inhabit the abandoned farms, revive the neglected fields and reforest the depleted ..→
Master Unit and Land
Ananda Kalyani ( Portugal) is a settlement focused on all-round sustainability (environmental, economic and social sustainability) and local development, with a vision of being a model for sustainable 21st century living. Its located in a gorgeous green valley in the centre of Portugal near the beautiful Serra da Estrela Nature Reserve. Over the last years we transformed this ..→
Many years ago ( Portugal) Ananda Marga was trying to develop a Master Unit project in Portugal. We found the perfect land are and the conditions to transform the dream into a reality. A group of pioneers started living for the past 10 months in a base camp located 15 minutes from the new Master Unit, in Serra da Estrela. Developing local activities ..→
Portugal: What is happening & Why
10% Portuguese state went in smoke in less than a generation. (Portugal) Destroyed the eco-system which was already damaged when native trees were cut for ship building and maintenance. The massive naval construction during the maritime expansion (mainly in the 15th–16th centuries) involved felling of approximately 5 million trees mainly Quercus suber, ..→