Brazil Destinations

    At the time of arrival of European settlers to Brazil (XVI century), the central portion of the country was occupied by Indians. The region where is located the city of Barreiras belonged to the State of Pernambuco until mid 1824. Pedro I split the current West of Pernambuco…

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    The history of the city of Aracaju is related to the city of St. Christopher, the former capital of the captaincy of Sergipe (current state of Sergipe). It was founded in 1855 and was the second planned capital of a Brazilian state (the first was Teresina in 1852)….

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The city of Porto Alegre has considered the official date of foundation March 26, 1772, with the creation of the Parish of San Francisco Port of couples, a year later changed to Our Lady of the Mother of God of Porto Alegre. The settlement, however, began in 1752, with the…

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    The history of the municipality begins in June 1758 through the donation that the General Gomes Freire de Andrade, the Conde de Bobadela, made to Colonel Thomáz Luiz Osorio, of lands that were on the margins of the Patos Lagoon. In 1763, fleeing the Spanish invasion, many inhabitants…

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    The city of Passo Fundo, emancipated on January 28, 1857, had his beginning on 1827, as a result of East Plateau occupation and Upper Uruguay, and their original territory now houses 107 municipalities of Rio Grande do Sul. It takes its name because of a river of the…

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History: Navegantes is a municipality in the state of Santa Catarina. Located at latitude 26o53’56 “south and longitude 48o39’15” West, being on the coast north of Santa Catarina center and is part of Mesoregion Vale do Itajaí, on the left bank of the mouth of the Itajaí­Açu River, with the…

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Maringa is a municipality in the state of Paraná, highlighting the quality of life offered to its residents and for being an important regional road junction. It is considered one of the greenest cities and cleanest in the country Maringa has a population of 391,698 inhabitants. Its metropolitan area has…

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Londrina is a city located in the north of the state of Paraná, South Region, Brazil, and is 369 km away from the capital, Curitiba. Londrina was originally founded by British settlers and has 500.000 inhabitants. The second largest city of Paraná stands out for good services, green areas, universities…

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Joinville is a municipality located in the northeastern state of Santa Catarina. With an area of ​​1125.70 square kilometers, has a population of 554.000 inhabitants in 2014 (IBGE estimates), which sets the most populous city in the state, ahead of the capital, Florianopolis. The city has a high human development…

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    Foz do Iguacu: City of about 263,000 habitants , Foz do Iguaçu is characterized by its cultural diversity. There are 80 foreign nationalities , and the most significant come from Paraguay , Lebanon , China and Argentina. Integrated into the trinational region , Foz do Iguaçu borders with…

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