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 Portmeirion (Gwynedd)
 Port Natal - and Piet Retief
  - taken by the British in 1842
 Portobello Road (London)
 Portobelo - and Spanish trade
 portolan charts - for mariners
 Porton Down (Wilts)
 Porto Santo - colonized by Portuguese
 Portrait of the Artist as a Young Dog
 Port-Royal - and Louis XIV
 Port Said - and the Suez Crisis of 1956
 Portsmouth, NH - treaty of 1905
 Portsmouth, UK - and Admiral Byng
  - brief history of town
  - D-day Museum
 Port Stanley - in the Falklands War
 Port Sunlight (near Liverpool)
 Port Talbot (Bristol Channel)
  - tour through time
  - as Roman province of Lusitania
  - the first Cortes
  - England's oldest ally
  - and the Inquisition
  - and Sri Lanka
  - and Muscat
  - and Zanzibar
 Portuguese East Africa - from 1891
  - tour through time
 Porziuncola - and Francis of Assisi
 posh (as a term)
 positron emission tomography (PET) - and the brain
  - scanner
 postage - in Britain in 17th century
  - in Massachussetts in 17th century
 post chaise - from the 18th century
 postcode (in Britain)
 Postgate, Raymond - Good Food Guide
 Postman Pat (cartoon character)
 Post Office (in Britain)
 posts and post stages - in mail systems
 Potala - palace in Lhasa
 potato - cultivated in ancient Peru
  - transplanted from America
  - in British Isles
  - and the blight of 1845-7
 Pot Black (TV)
 Potemkin - battleship in 1905
 Potgieter, Hendrik - and the Great Trek
 Potidaea - threatened by Athens in 432 BC
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