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- With Over 200 Waterfalls, Natural Scenery of Serra da Canastra Attracts Tourists
In Serra da Canastra, nature's power is as solid as the quartzite rocks in the ground, a characteristic of Pre-Cambrian period.
Published on 08/17/2017 - 11h22
- Brazilian Women Among Top Tourists Who Travel Alone
Without a steady address and travelling alone for three years, turismologist Cris Marques, 32, refutes all arguments that discourage women to leave for any destination without a companion.
Published on 08/10/2017 - 10h12
- Route in Bahia Follows Mangrove, Sea and Cocoa Beans
The long and narrow line which forms the island of Comandatuba, in the city of Una, in southeastern Bahia, records the region's biodiversity.
Published on 07/27/2017 - 09h10
- Swimming in Waterfalls and Rivers Is the Main Attraction of the Trip to Chapada dos Guimarães
Bocaina do Inferno was the name of the original image associated with the Chapada dos Guimarães. The 86-meter waterfall became one of the "Véu de Noiva" (Bride's Veil) falls that gush through Brazil and were renamed by Archbishop Aquino Corea (1885-1956).
Published on 06/29/2017 - 09h44
- Supported by Wooden Stakes in Pará, "Pedal City" Known to Use Bikes as Ambulances
On Wednesday at 23h47, a patient with a broken leg is placed in a "bike-ambulance" to be transferred to Macapá.
Published on 04/03/2017 - 14h20
- 6-Year-Old Brazilian Wins Nasa Award
In a Nasa contest about space colonization, out of more than 6.000 students from all over the world, a Brazilian took first place in the category of literary merit. João Paulo Guerra Barrera, from São Paulo, is only six years old.
Published on 03/30/2017 - 13h49
- Women March in São Paulo against Sexism and Social Security Reform
On Wednesday (8), the International Women's Day, the Women's March became a demonstration in the streets of the central region of São Paulo, with flags supporting the legalization of abortion and against the Social Security reform, sexism and violence against women.
Published on 03/09/2017 - 11h42
- Longest Urban Trail in Brazil Crosses Rio de Janeiro through the Mountains
The Rio de Janeiro mountains that can be found in any postcard of the city look like impossible summits or very dense forests.
Published on 02/10/2017 - 11h18
- Petar Caves, a 'Journey to the Center of the Earth'
It is so dark inside that it makes absolutely no difference whether your eyes are open or closed. The silence is broken only by the drops of water that fall on the rocks.
Published on 02/09/2017 - 12h23
- Accident Creates Paradise with Warm Crystalline Waters in Pernambuco
An isolated, nearly untouched paradise, the Azul lagoon (Lagoa Azul) is the new destination in Pernambuco this summer.
Published on 01/23/2017 - 13h38