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18/11/2017 - Feira de São Cristóvão - Rio - Brazil


Visite de la Féria de São Cristóvão

Zone Nord proche du Macarana

Gigantesque enceinte en béton et briques

A l’intérieur on trouve une centaine de guinguettes, bazars, kiosque à jus, fruits secs, boucheries. 10 more words


17/11/2017 - Centre - Rio


Élaboration de l’itinéraire

Découverte d’un traiteur Libanais – Copacabana

Baalbek – Delicias Arabe

Arroz con lentilha

Kibe de Forno

Frederico Rigor – Photographe

Exposition Banco do Brazil… 19 more words


Brazil to commence e-visa for US, Australian, Canadian and Japanese travellers

Visiting Brazil will soon become easier for international travelers under a new electronic visa program, starting on January 15. The entire visa process to tourists coming from the U.S., Canada, Australia and Japan will be doable online, and concluded within an estimated 72 hours. 205 more words


Operation Amazon: The New Silent US Invasion of Latin America


If you’ve ever learned Latin American history in school, you’ll know it’s often taught that the last U.S. military invasion in the region took place in Panama in 1989. 779 more words


Rio de Janeiro, Brazil (and previous layovers)

Oi! After a long time without traveling (being civilized inside the evil comfort zone is starting to affect me), I come back to this space to talk about one more travel experience, international this time, to the country which was seen and heard by everybody for hosting all the worldwide class events and its economic growth (living a crisis due to the same reason, though). 2,005 more words


Visit Orlando Offers Black Friday Savings on more than 50 Orlando Experiences

Visit Orlando Offers Black Friday Savings on more than 50 Orlando Experiences

Deals on Theme Parks, Hotels, Flights and More Means Hundreds of Dollars in Savings… 641 more words


Exhibition: Sérgio Sister

Kupfer Gallery will be exhibiting the work of Sérgio Sister from 25th November to 17th December.

Born in São Paulo in 1948, his work relates to “abstract-geometric character of Brazilian art’s constructive tradition and to the use of industrial material typical of US minimalism”. 18 more words