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Oscar Pereira da Silva - Figura feminina #1

Oscar Pereira da Silva - Figura feminina #1

PHOTOS: The World's Best Carnival Parties

PHOTOS: The World's Best Carnival Parties

Cafezal favela in Belo Horizonte has over residents. I had a view of a favela like this while living in my own floor of a five story house.

The most traditional Brazilian street food is the acarajé, traditionally sold by the baianas, who are always dressed up in white dresses and turbans. Photo: Everaldo Silva.

The most traditional Brazilian street food is the acarajé, traditionally sold by the baianas, who are always dressed up in white dresses and turbans.

Edit Instagram of the Day: Daydreaming on Lake LouiseEvery day we bring you the most beautiful travel photo posted to Instagram. Today's picture comes from Roof Topper. Lake Louise in Alberta, Canada, looks so still and peaceful.

Instagram of the Day: Daydreaming on Lake Louise

I like this photo because the color and reflection of the lake adds depth to the rest of the photo.

O Arquivo da FICA: 01/2009

O Arquivo da FICA: 01/2009

Descobrimento do Brasil, 1918 [Obra]

Redescobrimento do Brasil

Copacabana Promenade by Robert Burle Marx

Oh, Rio // Copacabana, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, vintage photography

Veja como a falta de dinheiro do governo afeta a sua vida.

Veja como a falta de dinheiro do governo afeta a sua vida

An inside look into Rio De Janieo’s Favelas (ghettos). Let's bring hope to the hopeless in Brazil!

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Secret Garden Botanical Garden, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil open the door , let me go

Manhattan Bridge from Dumbo streets, in Brooklyn, New York. The pillar of the Bridge is so impressive. I tried to relate it with the street around. and the rain gave some ambient to the image. By Alberto Mateo, Travel Photographer.

Connected, Rio de Janiero.  electricity, wire, urban, favela, Brazil, South America, electric, city, development,

Connected, Rio de Janiero~Teresa don't plug in your hair dryer

The Dharavi squatter settlement in Mumbai is often described as the biggest slum in Asia. It sits between two rail lines in the northern part of the city, on a creek that once sustained a thriving fishery. The creek is now a sump of sewage and industrial waste, and the air above Dharavi is foul. 2007.  Read more: http://www.smithsonianmag.com/people-places/squalor.html#ixzz2EsHzlea0

The people of the slum of Annawadi in Mumbai, India live in some of the most abject conditions in the world. How can their plight be improved?

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