Indigenous Culture There have been numerous contributions from the indigenous people to Brazil's cultural and social formation. From an ethnic point of view, they contributed to the emergence of a typical Brazilian individual: the caboclo (white and Indian mestizo). In the cultural formation, the Indians contributed with the vocabulary, which has innumerable terms of indigenous origin, such as pindorama, anhanguera, ibirapitanga, Itamaracá, among others.
Prehistory Prehistory is the period of history prior to the invention of writing (an event marking the beginning of recorded historical times), which took place around 4000 BC… Other word suggestions… Orixá Vote of halter Cassation Federation Monopoly Totalitarianism State of siege Republic
Clandestinity Situation in which people who are persecuted for their ideas and activities are forced to live in a society dominated by an authoritarian government. We also speak of clandestinity when we refer to people who illegally enter another country, that is, without documents authorizing their entry, either because they are seeking a better life than they had in their home country, or because they are fleeing wars. or some kind of political, religious, ethnic persecution, etc.
In this section, we present historical curiosities on the most diverse subjects, whether in Brazil or in the world. Click on the desired subject to read the articles. The Seven Wonders of the Ancient World Origin of the List The Pyramids of Giza The Lighthouse of Alexandria The Temple of Artemis The Statue of Zeus Mausoleum of Halicarnassus The Colossus of Rhodes The Seven Wonders of the Modern World The Original List The Great Wall of China Petra Christ The Redeemer Machu Pichu Chichén Itzá Colosseum in Rome Taj Mahal Brazil The Ancient Flags of Brazil The Letter of Pero Vaz de Caminha History of the Brazilian Flag The Names of Brazil Origin of the Indian Name in America The Origin of the Name Farrapos Rome Twelve Caesars Born in Rome Romulus and Remus Wars Alexandre , the big
São Paulo is the richest and most populous state in Brazil, having the largest industrial park and the largest economic production in South America. It is located in the south of the Southeast, with Minas Gerais to the north and northeast, Rio de Janeiro. to the northeast, Atlantic Ocean to the east, Paraná to the south and Mato Grosso do Sul to the west.
Bahia is the most populous state in the Northeast. It is located to the south of this region and borders eight states: Alagoas, Sergipe, Pernambuco and Piaui to the north, Minas Gerais and Espirito Santo to the south, Goiás and Tocantins to the west. To the east, it borders the Atlantic Ocean. Thus, Bahia is the state that borders most with other units of the federation.