Júlio das Onças and Joana
It’s easy to find Júlio das Onças (his name means litterally “Julio of the jaguars”).
João Manoel da Silva
João Manoel da Silva arrived in Mato Grosso do Sul in 1958. He came from Santana de Ipanema (AL) with his family, who were all going to work on a farm.
Sotera Sanchez da Silva and her son Mariano Antunes Cabral Silva
In the home of Sotera Sanchez da Silva and her son Mariano Antunes Cabral Silva, it’s easy to feel the presence of their famous ancestor.
A calm, tree lined street, full of flowers. On the door, a sign says: Florada do Tagy Atelier.
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