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Johannesburg: the driving force in the South African economy

Asan important industrial and commercial center Johannesburg is responsible for 16% of the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) in South Africa. It is easily confused...

São Luís: the brasilian cultural capital

It is located on an island off the coast of Maranhão State. This state connects the northeastern arid lands to the Amazons. There is...

Porto Alegre: an encounter with nature

Porto Alegre or POA, as is best known for, is the capital of Rio Grande Sul,southern Brazil. Inhabited by indigenous tribes tapuias in the past, belonged legally to the...

São Paulo: a global scale metropolis

São Paulo is a large city in all ways: size, number of inhabitants, cultural and political movements, gastronomy, economy, and tourism. It is almost...

Kinshasa: beautify, large, and full of contrasts

Located along the banks of the Congo River, the second longest river on the continent — just behind the Nile River — and it is the largest in...

Windhoek: wind corner

Windhek is in the south of the African continent and it is the capital of Namibia. It is a small city (the population is...

Manaus: an indigenous capital city

Itwas inhabited in the past by countless indigenous people, noteworthy, due to their languages, customs, and different ethnicities. The most important were: the Manaós...

Tunis: an Arabian, European, and Mediterranean city

The climate here is Mediterranean, ranging from 12 to 26 degrees Celsius. The capital of Tunisia maintains the typical elements as all the other...

Caxias do Sul: the Italian capital of Brazil

When visiting Caxias do Sul, it is possible to learn a little about the history of the southern region of Brazil. During the colonial...