1989 in Brazil
This is a list of years in Brazil. See also the timeline of Brazilian history. For only articles about years in Brazil that have been written, see Category:Years in Brazil.
1989 in Brazil - Wikipedia
1989 Brazilian motorcycle Grand Prix
The 1989 Brazilian motorcycle Grand Prix was the last round of the 1989 Grand Prix motorcycle racing season. It took place on the weekend of 15–17 September 1989 at the Goiânia circuit.
Wayne Rain...
1989 Brazilian motorcycle Grand Prix - Wikipedia
Só Pra Contrariar
Só Pra Contrariar (translates to Just (only) to be contrary) is a Brazilian musical group formed in 1989. The band is more known for its frontman, Alexandre Pires, who has launched a successful solo c...
Sport Club Gararu
Sport Club Gararu, commonly known as Gararu, is a Brazilian football club based in Gararu, Sergipe state.
The club was founded on January 1, 1989. Gararu won the Campeonato Sergipano Série A2 in 1...
Associação Desportiva São Caetano
Associação Desportiva São Caetano, commonly known as São Caetano, is a Brazilian football team based in the city of São Caetano, Brazil, part of the São Paulo greater metropolitan area. The club finis...
Associação Desportiva São Caetano - Wikipedia
Associação Esportiva e Recreativa Santo Ângelo
Associação Esportiva e Recreativa Santo Ângelo, commonly known as Santo Ângelo, is a Brazilian football club based in Santo Ângelo, Rio Grande do Sul state. The club was formerly known as Sociedade Es...
Sociedade Esportiva Nova Andradina
Sociedade Esportiva Nova Andradina is a football club from Nova Andradina, Mato Grosso do Sul, Brazil. They play in the Campeonato Sul-Matogrossense. Their colours are white and black.
Sociedade Esportiva Nova Andradina - Wikipedia
Camões Prize
The Camões Prize (Portuguese, Prémio Camões, [ˈpɾɛmju kaˈmõĩ̯ʃ]), named after Luís de Camões is the most important literary prize for the Portuguese language. It is awarded annually by the Portuguese ...
Camões Prize - Wikipedia
Grêmio Barueri Futebol
Grêmio Barueri Futebol Ltda., generally known as Grêmio Barueri, or just as Barueri, is a Brazilian football club from Presidente Prudente, São Paulo state. The club was formerly known as Grêmio Recre...
Grêmio Barueri Futebol - Wikipedia
Tocantinópolis Esporte Clube
Tocantinópolis Esporte Clube, commonly known as Tocantinópolis, is a Brazilian football club based in Tocantinópolis, Tocantins state. They competed once in the Série A, three times in the Série C and...
Parauapebas Futebol Clube
Parauapebas Futebol Clube, commonly known as Parauapebas, is a Brazilian football club based in Parauapebas, Pará state.
The club was founded on June 24, 1989. They won the Campeonato Paraense Sec...
Itaperuna Esporte Clube
Itaperuna Esporte Clube, or Itaperuna as they are usually called, is a Brazilian football team from Itaperuna in Rio de Janeiro, founded on July 21, 1989.Home stadium is the Jair Bittencourt stadium, ...
Itaperuna Esporte Clube - Wikipedia
1989 Santa Elmira massacre
The Santa Elmira massacre was a massacre on activists of the Brazilean Landless Workers' Movement (MST) in Rio Grande do Sul in 1989. In early 1989 a group of the MST, that had been resettled in Salto...
1989 Santa Elmira massacre - Wikipedia
Kidnapping of Abílio dos Santos Diniz
In December 1989, Abílio dos Santos Diniz was the victim of a political kidnapping, that took place on the day of the first Brazilian democratic presidential elections after a military dictatorship.It...
Esporte Clube Milan
Esporte Clube Milan, commonly known as Milan, is a Brazilian football club based in Júlio de Castilhos, Rio Grande do Sul state.
The club was founded on March 7, 1989, after Esporte Clube Castilhe...
Varig Flight 254
Varig Flight 254 was a Boeing 737-241, c/n 21006/398, registration PP-VMK, on a scheduled passenger flight from São Paulo, Brazil to Belém, Pará, Brazil, with several intermediate stopovers, on 3 Sept...
Varig Flight 254 - Wikipedia
Brazilian presidential election, 1989
The presidential election of 1989 was the first direct presidential election in Brazil since 1960. Fernando Collor de Mello won a plurality of votes in the first round, but was not declared the winner...
Brazilian presidential election, 1989 - Wikipedia
Paraná Clube
Paraná Clube is a Brazilian football club, established on December 19, 1989, in Curitiba, Paraná. It is one of the several Brazilian clubs called Tricolor da Vila ("tricolored of the town") by its fan...
Paraná Clube - Wikipedia
Colorado Esporte Clube
Colorado Esporte Clube, commonly known as Colorado, was a Brazilian football club from Curitiba. They won the Campeonato Paranaense once and competed in the Série A five times.
Colorado Esporte Cl...
Colorado Esporte Clube - Wikipedia
Associação Cultural e Desportiva Potyguar Seridoense
Associação Cultural e Desportiva Potyguar Seridoense, commonly known as Potyguar de Currais Novos or Potyguar Seridoense, is a Brazilian football club based in Currais Novos, Rio Grande do Norte state...
Brazilian cruzado novo
The Cruzado Novo was the short-lived currency of Brazil between 15 January 1989 and 15 March 1990. It replaced the cruzado in the rate of 1000 cruzados = 1 cruzado novo. It had the symbol and the ISO...
Brazilian cruzado novo - Wikipedia
Esporte Clube Pinheiros (PR)
Esporte Clube Pinheiros, commonly known as Pinheiros, was a Brazilian football club from Curitiba. The club won three times the state championship, the Campeonato Paranaense, and competed twice in the...
Esporte Clube Pinheiros (PR) - Wikipedia
1989 Brazilian Grand Prix
The 1989 Brazilian Grand Prix was a Formula One race held at Jacarepaguá, Rio de Janeiro on March 26, 1989. It was the first race of the 1989 Formula One season.
The FIRST team withdrew before the...