Saying Brasilia is the most special in the world because this is one of the most beautiful capitals on the planet. It is the only city built in the 20th century but is recognized by UNESCO as a world heritage site. Architect Lucio Costa confirmed his idea of designing the Brasilian with the image of a giant butterfly. Surrounding the…
The act of clearing sidewalk parking lots has brought ventilation to the city and has received the support of a large number of people. However, there are still mixed opinions and complaints about the lack of parking, causing inconvenience for people traveling in the city. In fact, these complaints appear in … most areas of the world. The shortage of parking…
Brazil celebrated its National Heritage Day on August 17th. National Historic and Artistic Heritage Institute created in 1998 to honor the historian, Rodrigo Melo Franco de Andrade who is its first would have turned 100 years old. This date aims to reinforce the appreciation and recognition of the country’s cultural heritage. This article introduces 11 UNESCO World Heritage sites located on Brazilian soil.
There is a popular saying in Brazil that every kid dreams of becoming a professional football player. This might not be entirely true, but it definitely says a lot about the local sport preferences. Soccer is a national passion, but nowadays, for many people, it is not the only one. Other sports are becoming more and more popular for different…
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The capital of Bahia State – Salvador city shows the strong influence of the African culture. The peope is very hospitable and friendly, and its nature is vere beautiful.
Although the Brazilian people love the king sport, the leading female players still have to go abroad to develop their careers.
From the 1980s of the last century up to now, women’s football in Brazil has been lacking interest.
Although Brazil is the country that produces many of the world’s top football players, people are passionate about this king sport, but women are not allowed to touch the ball and suffer from stigma.
The original slave player must train their own skills, based on Capoeira’s spirit and the ability to handle the body skillfully to deceive the opponent.