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Confucius

Chinese philosopher (551-479 BC). It created a philosophical system followed by more than five million people today. Considered one of the most important Chinese philosophers, Confucius was born in what is today the Xantung province in northeastern China. His father died when he was only three years old, so he and his mother even had some difficulties.
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Brazil Climates

Climate diversity Brazil has a wide range of climates due to its extensive territory (8.5 million km 2), the diversity of landforms, the altitude and dynamics of currents and air masses. About 90% of the Brazilian territory is located between the tropics of Cancer and Capricorn, which is why we use the term "tropical country".
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Immigration in Brazil - Illustrated History (continued)

We can consider the beginning of immigration in Brazil in the year 1530, since from this moment the Portuguese came to our country to start planting sugar cane. However, immigration intensified from 1818, with the arrival of the first non-Portuguese immigrants, who came here during the Regency of D.
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Feitoria A Feitoria is a place or establishment, which may or may not be fortified, usually located next to a port, and which functioned as a trading post for trading with the locals or the merchants traveling there. Much of the Portuguese commerce in the territories discovered at the time of the Discoveries was effected through the factories founded there.
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Testament letter of Getúlio Vargas

The Getulio Vargas Testament Letter is a document addressed to the Brazilian people, written by Getúlio Vargas hours before his suicide, on August 24, 1954. There is a handwritten note of suicide, and a typewritten "Letter Testament" document. know three copies, which was read at his funeral by João Goulart.
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Jesuits The Society of Jesus (also known as Jesuits), a religious congregation founded by the Spanish Ignatius of Loiola (future Saint Ignatius of Loiola), had its "rule" ("obedience to God through his superiors" approved by the Pope Paul III in 1540. This Jesuit "rule" associated with the fact that the superior general of the congregation, chosen through election, depended directly on the Holy See, made the Society of Jesus a kind of religious army in the service of the Pope.
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