Portuguese Blondes

Blonde hair is a class of hair correspondent to an uneven sexual figure, where females imply a more accentuation than their counterparts.
This class of hair accounts for 17.75% of males and 23.23% of females. The mean percentage of Blonde hair is therefore 20%.

Blondes exist through out the country. But from a general point of view, the whole mountainous region of Northern Tejo, with the exception of the littoral belt of the rivermouht of Douro, is where it is significantly blonde. As opposed to the provinces of the South - Extremadura, Alentejo and Algarve when compared to the general population.

By districts, the northern provinces are significantly Blonde expedient of the districts of Viseu, Guarda, Braga, Bragança and Viana do Castelo.
In the meridional and littoral regions of the country, slight differences are noted in Faro, Lisboa, Santarém, Coimbra, Évora, Portalegre and Beja, respectively.

In brief, the country is heterogeneous when it comes to the distribution of Blonde hair. At the plateau of Beirão, in the mountains of Trás-os-Montes and continental Minho, the population is significantly Blonde. In the coastline regions and the plains of Alentejo is where there is a relatively small percentage of this class of hair. The adjacent Islands exhibit an even percentage, where the district of Angra do Heroísmo present another excess of Blonde hair.[1]

Below are examples of Blonde illustrious figures.



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  1. In Västergötland is Väner lake(Vänern). 3-5000 years ago this was the most densed populated area in Scandinavia. I suspect the vandals came from Vänern, which area was the most populous in Scandinavia for 2-5000 years ago. Vänern old name(*Wenduz?) probably came from the root *wend, ie "The turning, the flood and tide lake". Compare german wende, which means 'turning point'. In swedish the verb vända, still means 'turn'. So the vandals original name In singular VendilaR could mean, "the lesser, smaller tribe from Väner area". Compared to the gepids who were really many.. From Väner area you can mention Cecilia Benjaminsson, Linda Bengtzing, Jesper Parnevik, Leif Stenberg, Zarah Leander, the group Timoteij and Sven-Ingvars etc.

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