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  Turismo Pernambuco Recife Porto Galinhas hoteis artesanato Brasil Guia cultural Brazil
Turismo Pernambuco Recife Porto Galinhas hoteis artesanato Brasil Guia cultural Brazil
Turismo Pernambuco Recife Porto Galinhas hoteis Brasil - Guia cultural - Brazil
Restaurante no peso serve comida regional brasileira com toques da alta gastronomia na Vila Capunga, um dos lugares mais charmosos do Recife.A casa de 52 lugares, onde antes funcionava um escritório de arquitetura e design, ganhou um novo projeto de Diomári Diniz e a ambientação foi elaborada pela própria Marilú.
www.guiapernambuco.com.br   (458 words)

  Pernambuco - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Pernambuco was one of the two only prosperous captaincies (the other was São Vincente), mainly due to the plantation of sugar cane and cotton.
Pernambuco was the home to the most important rebellions and insurrections in Brazilian history, especially in the 19th century.
Pernambuco was the site of the brief liberal republican Praieira revolt in 1848, which was Brazil's response to the European year of failed liberal revolutions.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Pernambuco   (826 words)

 Pernambuco   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
The state still retains traces of the period in which it grew wealthy thanks to sugar cane, and the capital, Recife, is a perfect synthesis between old and new.
The cultivation of sugar cane, the great mansions and the slave quarters, the fantastic nature, the conquest of the semi-desert regions of the sertão, all these have contributed to form a rich cultural crucible, which is reflected in the literature, music, painting, arts and crafts, dances, beliefs and even the spices of the local cuisine.
Pernambuco is a dynamic art centre and has produced many painters, sculptors, designers and craftsmen, such as João Camara, Francisco Brennand, Lula Cardoso Ayres, Cícero Dias, Abelardo da Hora and Vitalino Pereira dos Santos, considered one of the greatest modellers of clay figures and scenes.
www.mre.gov.br /cdbrasil/itamaraty/web/ingles/divpol/nordeste/pe/apresent/apresent.htm   (909 words)

 Map of Pernambuco, state of Brazil
Pernambuco is one of the States in Brazilian northeast.
A mountain chain, called Borborema in Pernambuco (and Espinhaço in Minas Gerais and Diamantaina in Bahia) determines the boundaries of the Agreste; Caruaru is one of the largest cities of the Agreste (which, just like the Borborema, exists in all States of northeast).
The region is sparsely populated; official authorites have a limited presence; despite frequent police raids, plantations of marijuana are found often (consequence of the lack of alternatives of the local peasants).
www.v-brazil.com /tourism/pernambuco/map-pernambuco.html   (415 words)

 ............... Governo de Pernambuco   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Pernambuco was one of the first areas in Brazil to be occupied by the Portuguese.
The people of Pernambuco are proud of their notable participation in the history of Brazil, always adhering to noble ideals of liberty, as in the Merchants' War, between 1710 and 1712, the Pernambuco Revolution in 1817, the Confederation of the Equator in 1824 and the Coastal Revolt in 1848.
In the last decade, key sectors in the economy of Pernambuco have been consolidated, especially those in the service sector (tourism, information technology and medicine), and established an on-going trend in the modernisation of public administration.
www.pernambuco.gov.br /ingles/pe_history.htm   (388 words)

 ipedia.com: Pernambuco Article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Pernambuco is a state of Brazil, located in the northeastern part of the country.
Portugal reconquered Pernambuco after Battle of Guararapes in 1654 and Olinda had regained its status of political center.
As a reaction to the Emperor Dom Pedro I dissolution of the Constituent Assembly, the Confederation of the Equator was set on July 2, 1824.
www.ipedia.com /pernambuco.html   (725 words)

The state of Pernambuco was so prosperous in sugar production in the early 17th century that it was invaded by the Netherlands.
Pernambuco's capital city, Recife, has been called "the Venice of Brazil" for its central area is built on a series of islands and peninsulas.
The Pernambuco Tramways and Power Company was registered in London on 24 January 1913 and the contract for construction of an electric tramway was awarded to J. White of England.
www.tramz.com /br/tto/6PE.html   (1456 words)

 Pernambuco (Brazil)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
The sun is the force and energy of Pernambuco, and finally, the cross represents our faith in justice and mutual understanding." Contrary to many depictions, the rainbow is consistently described by the state government as being of three colors (red-yellow-green), not as the natural seven-color spectrum.
The flag of the revolution of 1817 is declared to be the flag of the State of Pernambuco.
This flag is bicolor, dark blue and white, being divided into two unequal sections, the upper larger one being blue, having a rainbow with a star above it and a sun below inside the semicircle; the lower white with a red cross; the sun and star are gold.
www.crwflags.com /fotw/flags/br-pe.html   (522 words)

 the mangue beat movement from Recife, Pernambuco
Recife is the capital of the State of Pernambuco, on the Northeast coast of Brazil.
Pernambuco was out of Brazil's mainstream Popular Music agenda and, now, has captured the attention of the media and public.
A very brief musical-historical context of the local music that has influenced and inspired these new musicians from Pernambuco would help to understand some elements that are in the base of their creative work.
www.piranha.de /records/english/all_1469r.htm   (1554 words)

 Pernambuco (Pau Brazil), by Yurij Bihun
To this day, it is traded as "pernambuco" (presumably because of once plentiful quantities in the coastal state of Pernambuco) and is the premier wood used to make professional violin bows.
The conversion of the Atlantic rain forest to crop land and pasture took the better part of five centuries and today, it is restricted to less than 5% of its original area -less than 1% of the total area of Brazil.
Trade of pernambuco continues to contribute to deforestation of the Atlantic rain forest and its eventual disappearance as a commercial species.
www.drbows.com /pernam.html   (701 words)

 The Jewish Community of Recife, Brazil
After the inspector had left, surveillance of New Christians was continued by the bishop of Brazil, with the assistance of the local clergy and Jesuits.
It was not until 1630, when the Dutch occupied Pernambuco, that the Crypto Jews of Recife began to experience some religious freedom.
In the 1950's, the teaching of the Jewish traditions and culture were transferred from the familiar environment to the schools and youth movements.
www.bh.org.il /Communities/Archive/Recife.asp   (1292 words)

 Terrestrial Ecoregions -- Pernambuco coastal forests (NT0151)
Pernambuco coastal forests is a tropical moist forest covering an 80-km strip along the northeast coast of Brazil.
Although united by the presence of several endemic species, Pernambuco coastal forests are easily separated from Pernambuco interior forests by a set of ecological and biogeographic features that include climate, geomorphology and floristic composition.
Pernambuco coastal forests are recognized as a distinct type of humid Atlantic forest by several authors (e.g., Andrade-Lima 1957, Prance 1987, Veloso et al.
www.worldwildlife.org /wildworld/profiles/terrestrial/nt/nt0151_full.html   (1086 words)

 Some History of Peace Corps in Pernambuco
In the mid to late 1960s, two offices were in separate locations, the PC Pernambuco State office in an apartment in a building on Rua Jose de Alencar in downtown Recife, not far from the Hotel Central.
She later returned to Pernambuco in the 1980s after receiving her Ph.D. in anthropology, and wrote a fascinating narrative of ordinary life in the interior of the Northeast, and the family with whom she lived as a PCV, entitled, Death without Weeping: the Violence of Everyday Life in Brazil (1980).
The famous "goat lady PCV," Marion Mendelson (Pernambuco, ‘71-79, and Riberão RN, and Mossoro, RN) was initially a GERAN volunteer, and was the longest serving PCV in Brazil (8 years), and one of the longest serving volunteers anywhere in the world.
www.expcvsbrazil.com /states/pe/pe_history/pehistory.htm   (1459 words)

 * Irene's Country Corner * - Brasil - Carnival in Pernambuco
The "frevo" and the "maracatu", this last one a dance of fl origins, are the rhythms of Pernambuco's carnival.
Pernambuco's carnival attracts thousands of tourists every year, specially to the cities Recife and Olinda.
March 2003 - Maracatu Dance in the streets of Olinda, PE The most famous "frevo" group of Pernambuco is the masquerade group Galo da Madrugada (Dawn Cock, or Dawn Rooster).
www.irenescorner.com /home/braziliancorner/carnival/pernambucocarnival.htm   (586 words)

 Terrestrial Ecoregions -- Pernambuco interior forests (NT0152)
Characterized predominantly by low-elevation plateaus, this narrow region in northeastern Brazil separates the Pernambuco coastal forests and Caatinga ecoregions.
Pernambuco interior forest is located in a narrow strip (approximately 50 km wide) between the ecoregions of Pernambuco coastal forests and Caatinga, in northeastern Brazil.
The relationships between the biota of these two ecoregions have not been adequately assessed, but there is some evidence that interior forests are composed of a subset of the flora of coastal forests plus a unique set of species that inhabits transitional environments.
www.worldwildlife.org /wildworld/profiles/terrestrial/nt/nt0152_full.html   (1053 words)

Recife, capital of the state of Pernambuco, shares with São Luis the distinction of not having been founded by the Portuguese: when they arrived in the 1530s, they settled just to the north, building the beautiful colonial town of Olinda and turning most of the surrounding land over to sugar.
A century later, the Dutch, under Maurice of Nassau, took Olinda and burned it down, choosing to build a new capital, Recife, on swampy land to the south, where there was the fine natural harbour which Olinda had lacked.
Nevertheless, it’s as well to bear in mind that the Pernambuco coast is thickly populated by Brazilian standards.
www.pacificislandtravel.com /south_america/brazil/about_destin/pernambuco.html   (1268 words)

 Portal da Cidadania   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
In 1534, the hereditary captaincy of Pernambuco was granted to Duarte Coelho, who founded Recife and Olinda and introduced the cultivation of sugar cane, which would play an important role in the economic history of the country.
Between 1630 and 1654, Pernambuco came under Dutch dominance, which brought major cultural, economic, and social changes during the administration of Prince John Maurice of Nassau.
In the 19th century Pernambuco was the site of a series of separatist uprisings, in 1811 (the Suaçunas Conspiracy), 1817 (the Pernambucan Revolution), 1825 (the Equatorial Confederation), and the last in 1848 (the Beachcombers Revolution).
internacional.radiobras.gov.br /ingles/textmap_2004.php?id=PE   (264 words)

 Military Justice in the State of Pernambuco
Thus in Pernambuco until 24 April 1993,12 civilians were being tried by the Auditoria Militar Estadual in Recife, in clear violation of the basic legal document.
It is exercised in the lower court by a robed judge designated as Auditor (military magistrate), a prosecutor, a notary, a clerk, two judicial officials, a messenger, and the Conselhos de Justiça.
Such crimes are specific examples proving that the Auditoria Militar of the state of Pernambuco continues to invoke the military status of the offender in order to determine criminal jurisdiction.62 The state military court regularly judges not only military crimes but also civil crimes committed by military personnel.
www.uoregon.edu /~caguirre/zaverucha.html   (13181 words)

 Recife, Brazil by Sergio Koreisha
Olinda, now a UNESCO designated world heritage city, was founded in 1537 as the capital of the Portuguese captaincy of Pernambuco.
Its economy depended heavily on sugar cane and slave labor.
Tribunal de Justica de Pernambuco Supreme Court of Pernambuco
darkwing.uoregon.edu /~sergiok/brasil/recife.html   (317 words)

 ............... Government of Pernambuco   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Pernambuco is one of the most enticing centers for the attraction of investment in Brazil.
The state, as the regional economic leader, has the best facilties for developing projects.
Here you will get to know the most positive aspects of the state and access entities connected with economy and development.
www.pernambuco.gov.br /ingles   (50 words)

 Cello Bows - Pernambuco and Carbon
I have taken the best artistic and playing characteristics of these bows to create the A.FEIN Pernambuco cello bows.
Pernambuco is scientifically selected for the best acoustic and physical properties.
We have a wide selection of Pernambuco cello bows in 6 price categories, with a variety of frog and winding styles.
www.feinviolins.com /cello_bow.html   (369 words)

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 THE OTHER SOUTH AMERICA / Pernambuco, Brazil
Brazilians had told me Pernambuco had the country's best food and I tested that as I traveled, savoring prawns with winter squash and soups with azeite de dende (oil of palm).
I discovered other treats, too: Like much of northern Brazil, Pernambuco combines African, Indigenous, Iberian and Dutch influences, and that mixture was visible in brightly colored buildings and winding cobblestone streets, and audible in the percussive beats permeating the air.
Experts say it was built by the first Jewish settlement in the Americas, a group of 600 families that fled Portugal's Inquisition and came to Pernambuco.
www.sfgate.com /cgi-bin/article.cgi?file=/chronicle/archive/2004/09/19/TRG3K8PC8V1.DTL   (508 words)

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