12 images for dende coast

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    Brazil,Bahia,Boipeba Island. A Dende Palm plantation used to make Dende Oil which forms a staple in Brazilian cuisine.

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    Brazil,Bahia,Boipeba Island. Dende seed from the palm processed in the next stage to make Dende Oil a staple of Brazilian cuisine.

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    Brazil,Bahia,Boipeba Island. Dende seed from the palm processed in the next stage to make Dende Oil a staple of Brazilian cuisine.

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    Brazil,Bahia,Boipeba Island. Dende seed from the palm processed in the next stage to make Dende Oil a staple of Brazilian cuisine.

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    Brazil,Bahia,Camamu Bay. On the island Tinhare,a menu board on display in the village of Morro de Sao Paulo.

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    Brazil,Bahia,Camamu Bay. On the island Tinhare,sunset over the jetty and boats in the main harbour of the village of Morro de Sao Paulo.

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    Brazil,Bahia,Camamu Bay. On the island Tinhare,the Portuguese fort in the village of Morro de Sao Paulo - one of the largest in Brazil. The construction initiated in 1630,and it was enlarged several times,some parts were reconstructed when damaged by rain and time. During Brazil's colonial period it had 51 cannons,while 183 men lived in the village garrison.

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    Brazil,Bahia,Camamu Bay. On the island Tinhare,the entrance to the Portuguese fort in the village of Morro de Sao Paulo - one of the largest in Brazil. The construction initiated in 1630,and it was enlarged several times,some parts were reconstructed when damaged by rain and time. During Brazil's colonial period it had 51 cannons,while 183 men lived in the village garrison.

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  • 862-03289771

    Brazil,Bahia,Camamu Bay. On the island Tinhare,the Portuguese fort in the village of Morro de Sao Paulo - one of the largest in Brazil. The construction initiated in 1630,and it was enlarged several times,some parts were reconstructed when damaged by rain and time. During Brazil's colonial period it had 51 cannons,while 183 men lived in the village garrison.

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  • 862-03289768

    Brazil,Bahia,Camamu Bay. On the island Tinhare,Brazilian sandals displaying the Brazilian Flag on sale in main street of village of Morro de Sao Paulo.

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    Brazil,Bahia,Boipeba Island. A sign for 'Mercadinho da Praca'.

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    Brazil,Bahia,Boipeba Island. A wall with painted Brazilian flag.

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