Brazil Destinations

    Florianópolis is a city that impresses in every way, bringing together in a small space of 675,409 km2 different landscapes and an endless list of attractions. Among the capital cities, only Rio de Janeiro rivals Florianopolis when it comes to diversity of natural beauty, which involves mountains, rainforest,…

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CURITIBA Curitiba is one of the largest cities in the prosperous Southern region, and its population is largely descended from German, Ukrainian, Russian, Italian and Polish immigrants. The city is known to urban planners worldwide for its innovative public transit system. There is a great cidade velha (old city) in…

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The West Region of Santa Catarina is the space constituted by the territory of the primitive city of Chapecó. If administratively, there was a region that did not occur under the geographical point of view, since the census in 1920 found in that area, the population of 11,315 inhabitants. “Chapecó,…

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The history of Caxias do Sul begins before the Italians, even when the region was covered by drovers and occupied by Indians, called “Field of the Indians.” The occupation by Italian immigrants, mostly peasants from the Veneto region (Italy), took place from 1875, locating in New Milano. Two years later,…

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Cascavel The Caingangues Indians populated the western region of Paraná, which occupation had begun by the Spanish in 1557, when they founded the Real Ciudad del Guayrá, whose archaeological site is in the city of Terra Roxa. A new occupation took place from 1730, but the arrival of inhabitants to…

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With only 3.5 million inhabitants, the Espirito Santo State displays an extensive coastline which includes 73 islands. The capital, Victoria, was founded in one of them, in the year 1551, and is connected to the mainland by impressive bridges. The two major ports of the city, where drains much of…

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Uberlândia is located in the western part of the state of Minas Gerais, in the region called Triângulo Mineiro, one of the richest agricultural regions of Brazil, between the Paranaíba and Grande rivers. Uberlândia is about 580 km away from São Paulo, connected by a modern and safe double trace…

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  Uberaba has its origins in the occupation of Triangulo Mineiro, which was under the jurisdiction of Goiás until 1816. It is located in the west if the state of Minas Gerais. Uberaba’s population is 302.623. The city is quite famous for its very agricultural economy. Famous for creating Zebu…

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The history of the city of São Paulo runs parallel to the history of Brazil, over approximately 461 years of its existence, against the over five hundred years of the country. Although it was marked by a relative meaninglessness, whether from the political or economic point of view, during the…

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