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Fortaleza and its healthy diversity

by Daniela Tamara Fernández* Fortaleza, known as the Land of Light, is the capital city of Ceará State. It is the entrance port to Brazilian...

The attractive challenges of Lagos

by Maria Auxiliadora Figueiredo Lagos is a state in Nigeria that occupies a territory smaller than the Brazilian Federal District, boasting a GDP of about...

Praia: the best path between Africa and Europe

Since the Portuguese explorers arrived in Cape Verde in the XV century, this archipelago country took on a role as the commercial depot between...

Rio de Janeiro continues being beautiful

This is the most known Brazilian city overseas and it was the capital of Brazil until 1960 and nowadays, it is one of my...

Dar es Salaam: the diversity of a port city

Issomeone tries to translate “Dar es Salaam” from Arab, it can mean something like “peaceful port or refuge”. In fact, it is the most...

Belo Horizonte: The patrimony of a cultural capital city

Belo Horizonte City- B. H. or “Beagá” for the more intimates — can easily boast the title as being the cultural capital of Brazil. It is...

Dar es Salaam: The diversity of a port city

Issomeone tries to translate “Dar es Salaam” from Arab, it can mean something like “peaceful port or refuge”. In fact, it is the most...

Brasília: the country’s heart

In the year 1956, it was far-fetched to go way into the hinterland of the Country. The Central Plateau was an unknown space and...

Addis Abeba: African cultural and political hub

Addis Ababa is the fourth largest city in Africa — nicknamed “Adis” for those who are intimate with the place — it is not only the political capital...