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Morning Owls in Brasilia

Burrowing owls(Athene cunicularia) are a cute little predatory bird. Found in North and South America, I saw a pair when I visited Brasilia, the capital of Brazil. 153 more words


Rio De Janeiro: Fresh off the boat

The first thing that I would say about Rio is that it has got to be one of the most vibrant places I have ever been to; everywhere you turn there is something to catch your attention, whether it be live music drifting from a nearby bar, or the smell of some delicious Brazilian food, Rio has something for everyone. 1,238 more words


#RecreateYourCity: Cyclists pocket square Curitiba

A Civic Ecology project that has radically transformed the old city centre of the Southern Brazilian city of Curitiba.

In the old centre of Curitiba city there has been something very powerful happening over the last year… Citizens are starting to Re-imagine and Re-create the city. 1,238 more words

Brasília ~ May 21, 2015

May 21 is World Day for Cultural Diversity for Dialogue and Development AND this year the Convention on the Protection and Promotion of the Diversity of Cultural Expressions celebrates it’s 10th birthday. 338 more words

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Imaging Brazil 2007: 21/50 (Vitória, ES)

A personal selection of photographs with their stories in English, Portuguese, and Dutch (scroll down for the Portuguese and Dutch texts).

21. Turtle Beach / Praia de tartarugas / Schildpaddenstrand… 321 more words


Brazil: The Debrief

What we did and what you can do to…

Eat: Fish

Whether you have it in a traditional spicy moqueca stew, fried with rice on the beach, stuffed into a… 839 more words


Booze of the World 4: Brazil

Unlike we reserved Englishmen, the Brazilians don’t need a drop of alcohol to start dancing in the streets. Still, once the caipirinhas are flowing, the party ramps up a notch… 690 more words