Brazil Destinations

  In the mid­sixteenth century, the region was donated by King John III of Portugal, Pero de Gois, when passed, then, was called Captaincy of São Tomé, soon renamed the South Paraíba captaincy. At the time, however, the region was inhabited by goitacas Indians who resisted the deployment of sugarcane…

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    Camboriú had the first inhabitants of the Tupi­Guarani Indians. Colonization began in 1826 with the arrival of Azorean Baltasar Pinto Corrêa. Years later, the arrival of the Germans in search of fertile soil, formed a small village in the region, the “Camp of Good Success.”In 1849 Balneario Camboriu…

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    Macapá is a city in Brazil and the capital of Amapá state in the country’s North Region. Macapá has a population of 499,166 in its metropolitan area, the third largest in the North Region. The city alone accounts for 60% of the population of state of Amapá and…

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    Boa Vista is a municipality and capital of the state of Roraima, North of the country. Concentrating about two­thirds of the inhabitants of the state, is located on the right bank of the White River. Its population, according to estimates by the Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics…

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    Valenca is a municipality in the state of Bahia, northeast region of the country. Its economic activity is the shrimp production in captivity which makes Valencia the main producer of Bahia, and the culture and processing of cloves, pepper and palm oil. For many, Valenca is only the…

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    Teixeira de Freitas is a city in the extreme south of the state of Bahia, right off highway BR101. It is one of the largest cities in the state with a population estimated at 158.000 inhabitants. Until the 70s the village of Teixeira de Freitas, lost in the…

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    The municipality of Paulo Afonso in the mid 18th century it was inhabited by the Portuguese who, headed by Garcia d’Avila, went up the river San Francisco arriving where today is located the city. This led them due to plenty of water. Found peaceful Indians Mariquitas and Pancarus,…

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    Parnaíba is a city in the Brazilian state of Piauí. Having a population of over 170.000 inhabitants, it is the second most populous city in the state, after the capital Teresina. It is one of the four coastal Municipalities in Piauí. The city of Parnaíba is located in…

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    The city of Imperatriz started being designed in the late sixteenth century and early seventeenth century, with the initiative of the pioneers, who came from São Paulo, seeking for richness, the unknown and the adventure. The city has been named after the Empress Tereza Cristina. By the year…

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    Feira de Santana is a municipality in the State of Bahia located 108 kilometers from its capital, Salvador, which connects through the BR­324. Feira, as it is commonly dubbed, is the second most populous city in the state and largest city of the northeastern interior population, ie, is…

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