Já conhece o Buriti? Uma palmeira versátil que marca presença no artesanato brasileiro. Seja no bordado da almofada da Central Veredas (MG) ou no trançado de cestos indígenas, suas folhas leves e fibrosas impressionam através das muitas formas que assumem.  Embroidery by Central Veredas (Minas Gerais state) of a Buriti palm tree. Found in many states of Brazil, Buriti's long and strong leaves are used for handcrafting baskets, boxes and tablecloths.

Já conhece o Buriti? Uma palmeira versátil que marca presença no artesanato brasileiro. Seja no bordado da almofada da Central Veredas (MG) ou no trançado de cestos indígenas, suas folhas leves e fibrosas impressionam através das muitas formas que assumem. Embroidery by Central Veredas (Minas Gerais state) of a Buriti palm tree. Found in many states of Brazil, Buriti's long and strong leaves are used for handcrafting baskets, boxes and tablecloths.

States of Brazil - Wikipedia

States of Brazil - Wikipedia

States of Brazil - Wikipedia

States of Brazil - Wikipedia

States of Brazil - Wikipedia

States of Brazil - Wikipedia

States of Brazil - Wikipedia

States of Brazil - Wikipedia

In the state of Ceara, which is in the northeastern part of Brasil is one of the first wave energy converters for Latin America

The First Wave Energy Converters for Latin America

In the state of Ceara, which is in the northeastern part of Brasil is one of the first wave energy converters for Latin America

States of Brazil - Wikipedia

States of Brazil - Wikipedia

Mate. 'Mate, also known as chimarrão or cimarrón, is a traditional South American infused drink, particularly in Argentina, Uruguay, Paraguay, southern states of Brazil, south of Chile, and the Bolivian Chaco. It is prepared from steeping dried leaves of yerba mate in hot water.' http://www.lonelyplanet.com/argentina

Mate. 'Mate, also known as chimarrão or cimarrón, is a traditional South American infused drink, particularly in Argentina, Uruguay, Paraguay, southern states of Brazil, south of Chile, and the Bolivian Chaco. It is prepared from steeping dried leaves of yerba mate in hot water.' http://www.lonelyplanet.com/argentina

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