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Samba_de_Roda
Sambe de roda "Samba of roda" is a traditional Afro-Brazilian dance performed originally as informal fun after a Candomblé ceremony using the same percussion instruments used during the religious ceremony. The typical drum is the atabaque; drummers improvise variations and elaborations on common patterns accompanied typically by singing and clapping as well as dancing.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Samba_ de_Roda_Brazilian_dance_
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Wayana_man
The Wayampi are an indigenous people located in the south-eastern border area of French Guiana at the confluence of Camopi and Oyapock rivers and the basins of the Amapari and Carapanatuba Rivers in the central part of the states of Amapá and Pará in Brazil.
en.wikipedia.org/ wiki/Wayampi_people
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Brazil-world-heritage
15 Properties inscribed on the World Heritage List & 19 Properties submitted on the Tentative List
whc.unesco.org/ en/statesparties/br
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Sao_Cristovao-wikipedia
The Franciscan complex is an example of the typical architecture of the religious order developed in north-eastern Brazil. In 2010 it was selected as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sao Cristovao
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Goias-wikipedia
Goiás also known as Goiás Velho Old Goiás is a small city and municipality in the state of Goiás in Brazil. The population was 24 072 2007 count in a total area of 3 108 km² 2002. It is the former capital of the state and preserves much of its colonial heritage. In 2002 it became a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Goia
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Chapada_dos_Veadeiros-wikipedia
Brazil's Chapada dos Veadeiros National Park is located in the Chapada dos Veadeiros an ancient plateau with an estimated age of 1.8 billion years[1]. Based in the Brazilian state of Goias the Park was created on January 11 1961 by President Juscelino Kubitscheck and listed as a World Heritage Site by Unesco in 2001. It occupies an area of 655 square kilometres and is maintained by IBAMA.
en.wikipedia.org/ wiki/Chapada_dos_Veadeiros
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Fernando_de_Noronha-wikipedia
In 2001 UNESCO declared Fernando de Noronha with Rocas Atoll a World Heritage Site. The reasons for this were a the island's importance as a feeding ground for several species including tuna billfish cetaceans sharks and marine turtles b a high population of resident dolphins and c protection for endangered species such as the hawksbill turtle and various birds.
en.wikipedia.org/ wiki/Fernando_de_Noronha
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Jaú_National_Park-wikipedia
It is the largest forest reserve in South America covering an area greater than 5.6 million acres 23 000 km². Entry into the park is restricted; express permission from the Brazilian government is required to enter the reserve. * Name as inscribed on World Heritage List ** Region as classified by UNESCO
en.wikipedia.org/ wiki/Amazon_Conservation
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