CPLP International Portuguese Language and Culture Day
The countries in the CPLP (Community of Portuguese-speaking Countries) commemorate the CPLP International Portuguese Language and Culture Day on 5 May. This is the day for highlighting the cultural and historical importance of a language that is among the six most spoken in the world and used by more than 278 million people.
The CPLP was founded by Angola, Brazil, Cape Verde, Guinea-Bissau, Mozambique, Portugal and São Tomé e Príncipe in 1996. Timor jointed in 2002, followed by Equatorial Guinea in 2014.
Here at Traductanet we pay tribute to the Portuguese language every day, along with many other languages. We ensure that all our language services abide by the highest quality standards.
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