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Campo do Jordão in São Paulo



Bom Jardim da serra in Santa Catarina


Pomerode em Santa Catarina


Rio Grande do Sul


Lago Negro in Rio Grande do Sul


The conifer forests


City of Canelas


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MaryT, stop!

Brazil is latin-american and poor. The fact that the South has received a big amount of european immigrants (italians and germans, especially) doesn't make us "europeans".
 

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OMG! It looks so similar to Europe! Almost looks like that European city. What's the name? Hmmm, oh yeah, it's Macau!
 

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Wowzer! I can see the berets from here! Iz it all cultured ther lyk here in Yoorup itself?
 

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Well i do know about Brazil as i read an article on Wikipedia that Immigration has been a very important demographic factor in the composition, structure and history of human population in Brazil, with all its attending factors and consequences in culture, economy, education, racial issues, etc. Brazil has received one of the largest numbers of immigrants in the Western Hemisphere, along with the United States, Argentina and Canada.
 

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Campos do jordão


Canela


Gramado





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Santa cruz do sul
 

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Nice =D.....I don't see any problem with european influences in Brazil....actually they are very important AS THE BLACK AND INDIGENOUS ARE IMPORTANT TOO,but it doesn't make the european influence less important because we are in Latin America.....
 
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