States of Brazil
The Federal Republic of Brazil is a union of twenty-seven Federal Units (Portuguese: Unidades Federativas (UF)): twenty-six states (estados) and one federal district (distrito federal), where the ...
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CEIFAR

(Center for Family Integration) is a non-profit community project in Salvador, Bahia, Brazil in the neighborhood of Tancredo Neves. Its purpose is to better the community through education, coun...
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Amazonas (Brazilian state)
Amazonas ([ɐmɐˈzõnɐs]) is a state of Brazil, located in the northwestern corner of the country. It is the largest Brazilian State by area and the 9th largest country subdivision in the world.Neighbour...
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List of Brazilian states by area
There are 26 States of Brazil, or Estados in Portuguese, which are the federal states of Brazil, plus the Federal District which holds the capital city, Brasília. Below are these states listed in orde...
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The Cruise of the Alerte
In 1889, Edward Frederick Knight sailed to Trindade in a 64 foot yawl named the Alerte. He wrote the book The Cruise of the Alerte about his journey with detailed descriptions of Trindade.Arthur Rans...
Sergipe
Sergipe ([sɛʁˈʒipi]) (officially the State of Sergipe), is the smallest state of the Brazilian Federation, located on the northeastern Atlantic coast of the country. It borders on two other states, ...
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Shindo Renmei
Shindo Renmei - (臣道連盟 Shindō Renmei; "League of the Subjects' Path" in Japanese) was a terrorist organization composed of Japanese immigrants in the state of São Paulo, Brazil, active in the 1940s. Re...
The Fate of a Crown
The Fate of a Crown is a 1905 adventure novel written by L. Frank Baum, the author best known for his Oz books. It was published under the pen name "Schuyler Staunton," one of Baum's several pseudonym...
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Kalunga
The Kalungas are descendants of run-away slaves who lived in remote settlements in northeastern Goiás state, Brazil. Most of the 4,000 Kalungas, who are of mixed race, black and native Indian, live i...
Tumuk Humak Mountains
The Tumuk Humak Mountains (Dutch: Toemoek-Hoemakgebergte, Portuguese: Serra do Tumucumaque, French: Monts Tumuc Humac) are a mountain range in South America, stretching about 120 kilometer...
History of Roraima
The history of the territory that is now Roraima, a state at the extreme north of present-day Brazil is recent, but not thereby simple. Invaded numerous times by the various countries interested in th...
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Goiás
Goiás ([ɡoˈjas]) is a state of Brazil, located in the central part of the country. The name Goiás (formerly, Goyaz) comes from the name of an indigenous community. The original word seems to have been...
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Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Aracaju
The Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Aracaju (Latin: Archidioecesis Aracaiuensis) is an archdiocese located in the city of Aracaju in Brazil.
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Macapá
Macapá is a city in Brazil and the capital of Amapá state in the country's North Region. The city has few land connections to other parts of the country, owing to Amapá's difficult terrain. The equato...
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