Category Archives: Tourism

The Islamic History of Salvador, the City where Bosnia and Iran will Meet up in the World Cup

Mouraria Neighborhood: name taken from Romans distracted as Muslims One of the most charming and bohemian neighborhoods of Salvador, Brazil’s third largest city and capital of the state of Bahia, is called Mouraria (the Moorish quarter), a small area full … Continue reading

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Paraguay Announces Privatization of Asunción’s International Airport

Paraguay’s government announced this Monday, 17, that Asunción International Airport, will be privatized, reports the AP. This measure aims to create jobs and fight poverty in the country, according officials. “The priority projects of concession to the private sector (for … Continue reading

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Air Europa Announces Better Connections to South America

  Fifa’s inspection in Arena Fonte Nova Stadium, where Germany will play against Portugal. Spain v Holland and Swiss v France will also be played there. Photo: Eloi Correia – Agecom   Air Europa will begin operating from next March … Continue reading

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Rio de Janeiro, the Wonderful City

The move of the capital of Brazil from the Rio de Janeiro to Brasilia, in 1960, did not stop the increase of the population of the city, that faced a long period of economic stagnation. But with the recent discoveries … Continue reading

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Salvador of Bahia, Proud of its African Heritage

First capital of Brazil, Salvador has some characteristics that turns it a singular place. Owner of the greatest colonial row of houses of the South America and built by the side of the biggest Country’s bay, Salvador is the city … Continue reading

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Curitiba, Proud of its European Background

The official foundation of Curitiba occurred in 29 of March of 1693, when was created the Legislative Chamber. In the century 17, its main economic activity was the mining, ally to the agriculture of subsistence. In the century 20, city … Continue reading

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Cuiabá, Very Close to Pantanal

Founded by Portuguese explorers in 1719, in the centuries 18 and 19 was fate of adventurers that came from São Paulo in search of the gold in the region. Also was setting of territorial disputes. One of the most notorious … Continue reading

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