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Portugal has entered the Eurovision Song Contest many times. Portugal has missed only 3 contests since the country's debut in 1964.

Portugal's debut entry was Antonio Calvario with "Oracao", however it was not a successful debut for the country, with Calvario coming last in the contest. Since then Portugal has come last another two times, in 1974 when Paulo de Carvalho sang E depois do adeus" and in 1997 when Celia Lawson performed "Antes do adeus". Despite its last place finish in the contest, E depois do adeus" has since gained notability for being one of the two signals to begin the Carnation Revolution against the Estado Novo regime in the country. Portugal has never won the contest, being the longest country in the contest without a win. Their best place was at the 1996 contest, when Lúcia Moniz came sixth for Portugal with the song "O meu coracao nao tem cor". As such, Portugal has never finished in the top five of any contest. Since semi-finals were introduced into the contest in 2004 Portugal could not proceed from the semi-final from 2004 to 2007, achieving a best place of 11th place at Helsinki, 3 points away from qualifying. However, in 2008, Vânia Fernandes became the first Portuguese artist to qualify to the final when she came second with "Senhora do mar (Negras águas)". In the final she came 13th with 69 points, Portugal's best place since 1998. Portugal again qualified to the final in 2009, represented by Flor-de-Lis with "Todas as ruas do amor", where Portugal eventually finished 15th with 57 points. The contest is broadcast in Portugal by Radio e Televisao de Portugal (RTP).
Armando Gama Esta balada que te dou portugal 1983 Armando Gama and the song Esta balada que te dou was a big succes after the contest
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