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Krakaw Castle

Krakaw Castle

Orquídea Bambu

Orquídea Bambu

Bambuzinho

Bambuzinho

America's Oldest Pear Tree Still Bearing Fruit at 383 Years  In 1630, the Puritan settler and Governor of the Massachusetts Bay Colony, John Endicott, planted one of the first fruit trees to be cultivated in the New World. Today, Endicott’s pear tree still stands – having survived multiple hurricanes, earthquakes, suburban sprawl, and even attacks by vandals.

America's Oldest Pear Tree Still Bearing Fruit at 383 Years

America’s Oldest Pear Tree Still Bearing Fruit at 383 Years

Bouganville

Bouganville

Bougainville intromedito

Bougainville intromedito

Pé de Quiabo

Pé de Quiabo

Brazil Enslaved : NPR

Brazil Enslaved

Slavery in Brazil lasted until longer than anywhere in the Americas. Its final years coincided with the rise of photography. A vast archive of images sheds light on the lives of enslaved women.

Pezinho de Laranja Seleta

Pezinho de Laranja Seleta

Bouganville

Bouganville

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