Sardine is a fish from the Atlantic coasts, from France to Morocco that has been a national symbol for centuries. It is so well inserted in Portuguese culture that you will find several records about this fish in literature, songs, popular games and even genealogy, appearing as the name of some Portuguese families. The history of sardine fishing in Portuguese territory runs through the centuries from the Phoenicians to the present. He went from poor food to meeting the table of all Portuguese families who enjoy this delicacy.


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