The Lisbon earthquake – English

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The early morning of the night before, there are those who say that an exhalation rose, due to the Levant, and when I ran it lit up as much as if it were day. And it reached the top, where it was formed as a great flame that illuminated in the same way as if it were day.

The capital of Portugal is one of the most active seismic points in Europe. In Lisbon, earthquakes have been occurring with an interval of approximately 200 years, which makes the entire Atlantic coast of the Iberian Peninsula vibrate.