“The number of international schools in Europe has grown by 32% in the last decade, which is further evidenced by the 93% increase in the Lisbon region in the last 5 years alone,” said Nathalie Willis-Davis, founder of Tendoria, a company that provides advice to families looking for the right school in Portugal for their children, according to TPN.
Close to 68% of buildings in Lisbon built before seismic protection law | Público (PT)
“Lisbon is the second city with the most seismic risks after Istanbul. Specialists say that until 1983, building protection against earthquakes was rudimentary,” according to Público. (in Portuguese)