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Paraná: a territory of waterfalls and highlands

Paraná is one of the three states that make up the southern region of Brazil (Região Sul do Brasil). This is the smallest of the country’s five statistical regions. Very short is the coast line that this state has along ...

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The climate of Paraná: when to go in Paraná

The Paraná territory is subject to a sub-tropical climate, which can be divided into three different climatic areas. The flat areas along the coast of the Atlantic Ocean have a sub-tropical climate characterized by very hot summers, mild winters, and ...

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The state of Rio de Janeiro: tropical beaches and mountains

The state of Rio de Janeiro, although small in size, is one of the most developed and populous in Brazil. The territory of the state is located along the coast of the Atlantic ocean. The coastline stretches for over 600 ...

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The climate of the state of Rio de Janeiro: when to go

The climate of the state of Rio de Janeiro is hot and humid along the coast, while it is temperate and humid in the interior at higher altitudes. The flat areas of the state have a semi-humid tropical climate, with ...

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Piauí: cave paintings, spectacular rocks and rivers

Piauí is a state in the north-east of Brazil, which has the particularity of the Brazilian states to have the shortest stretch of coast among those facing the ocean. In fact, it extends along the Atlantic Ocean for just over ...

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The climate of Piauí: when to go to Piauí

Piauí has a warm tropical climate, with two distinct seasons, a wet and rainy one between December and May, and a dry season between June and November. Temperatures are quite high, especially inland, with maximum values between September and December. ...

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Pernambuco: colonial history, beaches and sugar cane

The state of Pernambuco is a small state in northeastern Brazil. The main city and the capital of the state is Recife, a large industrial city with a rich historical past. Pernambuco has a long and narrow shape, to the ...

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The climate of Pernambuco: when to go to Pernambuco

The state of Pernambuco is formed by a long and narrow strip of territory that enters the interior of northeastern Brazil, its conformation means that the climate of the state varies considerably based on the distance from the sea and ...

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Olinda: a beautiful colonial town protected by UNESCO

The city of Olinda, located a few kilometers north of Recife in Brazil, was founded by the Portuguese in 1535, and was one of the first settlements founded by Europeans in Brazil. At the beginning of the seventeenth century the ...

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Rio Grande do Norte: sand dunes and beaches

The state of Rio Grande do Norte is located in the Northeast of Brazil, wedged between the Brazilian states of Ceará and Paraíba, and washed by the Atlantic ocean. Its dimensions are comparable to those of the Balkan state of ...

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The climate of Rio Grande do Norte: when to go

The state of Rio Grande do Norte has a warm tropical climate, with significant differences in rainfall between the hot and humid coast and the hot and dry interior. Temperatures are fairly constant in every season of the year and ...

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Rio Grande do Sul: lagoons, canyons and immigration

Rio Grande do Sul is the southernmost state in Brazil. Its territory to the east has a long coastal strip bordered by the Atlantic ocean, while to the south it borders Uruguay, to the west with Argentina, to the north ...

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The climate of Rio Grande do Sul: when to go

The climate of the Brazilian state of Rio Grande do Sul is temperate / humid sub-tropical. Its position in the extreme south of the country means that in general there are four seasons relatively well defined as regards the values ...

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Santa Catarina: coast, entertainment, sea and beaches

The state of Santa Catarina is the smallest state in the southern region of Brazil (Região Sul do Brasil). However, this is also between the states with the highest standard of living in Brazil. The capital of the state is ...

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The climate of Santa Catarina: when to go to Santa Catarina

The state of Santa Catarina, located in the southern part of Brazil, has a type of humid sub-tropical climate with rainfall well distributed throughout the year, with not too high variations in seasonal temperatures and with four well-defined seasons, the ...

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Sergipe: beautiful historic cities and beaches

The state of Sergipe is the smallest of the Brazilian states except for the Federal District where the capital Brasilia is located. Its dimensions are slightly higher than those of Slovenia. Sergipe is bathed in the east by the Atlantic ...

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The climate of Sergipe: when to go to Sergipe

The climate of Sergipe is tropical hot and humid along the coast of the Atlantic Ocean, while inland it becomes drier, becoming a semi-arid climate in the driest part of the Sertão. Temperatures are quite high and vary little in ...

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São Paulo state of Brazil: coasts, mountains and highlands

The state of São Paulo is by far the most important in Brazil. This state from an economic point of view produces a third of the wealth of the whole country and hosts a fifth of the Brazilian population. This ...

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The climate of the State of São Paulo: when to go

The state of São Paulo has a sub-tropical and tropical climate deeply influenced by the altitude, most of the state, located on the highlands, is affected by the tropical climate of altitude and the sub-tropical climate. In particular, the areas ...

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Paraíba: highlands, sea and tropical beaches

Paraíba is a small state that is part of the Northeast region of Brazil. This state has a short stretch of coast along the Atlantic ocean and is surrounded by the territories of Rio Grande do Norte, Ceará and Pernambuco. ...

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The climate of Paraíba: when to go to Paraíba

Paraíba has a hot humid tropical climate with abundant rains along the coast, which becomes drier in the interior of the state becoming semi-arid in the western region of Sertão Paraíbano. Along the coast, the rains exceed 2,000 mm per ...

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Minas Gerais: colonial art treasures and highlands

The state of Minas Gerais is one of the largest states in Brazil, is in second place by population after that of São Paulo, while it is the fourth largest in the country. The Minas Gerais by extension of its ...

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The climate of Minas Gerais: when to go to Minas Gerais

The climate of Minas Gerais is generally the tropical climate of altitude, only in the less elevated areas the climate becomes tropical, both these types of climate have two seasons according to the rainfall. Temperatures vary with altitude variation. In ...

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Alagoas: colonial beaches and towns

The state of Alagoas is one of the smallest states in Brazil, only the neighboring state of Sergipe and the territory of the Federal District where the capital Brasilia is located are smaller. Alagoas is bordered to the north by ...

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The climate of Alagoas: when to go to Alagoas

The Alagoas climate is tropical hot humid along the coast, while inland it becomes increasingly dry. According to the rainfall, two seasons are identified, a rainy season generally between March and August and a dry season between October and February. ...

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Acre: the westernmost state of Brazil

Acre is the westernmost state in Brazil. This state is in fact at the western end of the country. The most western point of Brazil are in fact the sources of the Rio Moa, in the Serra Contamana on the ...

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The climate of Acre: when to go to Acre

The climate of the state of Acre is of a humid equatorial type with a long rainy season and a short dry season, temperatures are stable during all seasons of the year, humidity is very high. The rainy season extends ...

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Bahia: beaches, natural beauty and traditions

The state of Bahia is a state in northeastern Brazil, which has the historic city of Salvador as its capital. This state is the fifth largest state in Brazil. The population is made up of a majority of mulattos, with ...

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Tourist attractions of Bahia: what to see in Bahia

The state of Bahia is the second most visited state in Brazil by tourists. This is due to the wealth of Bahia tourist attractions. A combination of historical, cultural and natural references that make it one of the most complete ...

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The climate of Bahia: when to go to Bahia

The climate of the state of Bahia is tropical, with stable and rather high temperatures in every month of the year, but with two seasons differentiated by the rain regime. The intensity of the rains varies considerably based on the ...

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