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Let's Visit Brazil

Take a journey through the regions of Brazil with the characters from Monica's Gang, a popular Brazilian cartoon. As you click on a representative from each region, a new window opens with interesting information and pictures of that region. This
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Take a journey through the regions of Brazil with the characters from Monica's Gang, a popular Brazilian cartoon. As you click on a representative from each region, a new window opens with interesting information and pictures of that region. This is a good first step for children who are researching information about Brazil.

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