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Amazonia

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Dancing the Maxixe.  Before 1914 the Samba was known under a Brazilian name "Maxixe"
Dancing the Maxixe.
Before 1914 the Samba was known under a Brazilian name "Maxixe"
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A "tacacazaeira" in front of Ver-o-peso, Belém, Brazil
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A panorama taken from Corcovado of Rio de Janeiro, from Niterói city, Botafogo, Leme and the Sugar Loaf Mountain on the far left, to Humaitá, Copacabana and Peixoto in the middle, and Ipanema, Lagoa and Leblon at the far right.

"A panorama taken from Corcovado of Rio de Janeiro, from Niterói city, Botafogo, Leme and the Sugar Loaf Mountain on the far left, to Humaitá, Copacabana and Peixoto in the middle, and Ipanema, Lagoa and Leblon at the far right."
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