Black Horse, All Saints Bay, Itaparica, Brazil
Artist: Kristin Capp (1964 - ) Primary
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Large nation comprising the Amazon basin in the north and the Brazilian plateau in south. The area was inhabited by Tupí-Guaraní peoples, who were semi-nomadic and lived in scattered settlements, when it was charted by the Portuguese ca. 1500. European colonization began in 1530. The official language is Portuguese.
Century in the proleptic Gregorian calendar including the years 2000 to 2099 (or 2001 to 2100).
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