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The Rafain Churrascaria Show

the Rafain Churrascaria(steakhouse) Show

A Show of Flavors and Cultures Located in Foz do Iguassu, on ″Avenida das Cataratas″ that takes its name and gives access to one of the most beautiful landscapes in the world, the Rafain Churrascaria(steakhouse) Show brings a true mosaic of flavors and a lot of culture. Come and travel in Latin American culture. The Show covers Latin America from …

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History of Foz do Iguassu

The History of the Land of the Iguazu Falls

The History of the Land of the Iguazu Falls Although the municipality of Foz do Iguassu was emancipated on June 10, 1914 under the name Vila Iguaçu, the history of the land of the Iguazu Falls begins well before that. In 1881, Foz do Iguassu received its first two inhabitants, the Brazilian Pedro Martins da Silva and the Spanish Manuel …

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How To Get To Foz Do Iguassu

How To Get To Foz Do Iguassu

It Is Very Easy To Get Around Foz Do Iguassu Foz do Iguassu airport makes it easy for those who want to experience this impressive Brazilian paradise. Tourism is one of the foundations of the local economy; Therefore, the airport is essential for tourism in the region. Plane The airport of Cataratas, or Foz do Iguassu, is the most important means of …

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Trilha do Poço Preto – Iguassu National Park

Trilha do Poço Preto - Iguassu National park

Beautiful Native Species Of The Iguaçu National Park Can Be Seen Throughout The Trail Relive the way the Indians of the region used to circumvent the Iguaçu Falls. The Black Well trail can be defined today as an Ecological Safari. It is 9 km long, which can be done by walking, biking or electric car. The tour is given by …

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The Hydroelectric Plant Of Itaipu Binacional

Itaipu Binational

Itaipu Binational: The World’s Largest Generator of Renewable Clean Energy The Itaipu Dam is a hydroelectric dam on the Paraná River located on the border between Brazil and Paraguay. The construction of the dam was first contested by Argentina, but the negotiations and resolution of the dispute ended up setting the basis for Argentine-Brazilian integration later on. The name “Itaipu” …

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