Bairro


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Bairro

In Portuguese-speaking countries, a political subdivision equivalent to a neighborhood.
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This article started with a description of a dispute between two neighbouring households in Bairro Acordado, those of Roxana and Rajah.
Para tanto, sera apresentado um breve historico da cidade de Jundiai e as razoes que configuraram o inicio da favela do Varjao, bem como a maneira que a transformacao por que passa tem influenciado as relacoes pessoais dos cidadaos que, de moradores da favela, passaram a ser moradores do bairro Novo Horizonte: o lugar e absolutamente o mesmo, mas o processo de urbanizacao culminou ate por mudar o nome do local.
In the open patio space of Bairro do Avillez, located in Baixa Chaido, you will find fresh and delicious lobster and seafood dishes.
Prawn Bairro do To experience real Portugese living and dine like a Lisboeta, head a little outside of the city centre and into the oldest district of Lisbon, Alfama.
Bairro Alto is known for both its nightlife and the shopping mecca.
A capital paraense e cercada de areas perifericas e habitacoes irregulares, entre as quais destaca-se o bairro da Terra Firme, originalmente batizado com o nome de Montese, mas que ganhou o nome Terra Firme com o passar dos anos por ser formado por terras firmes e altas, proximas das areas alagadas pelo rio Tucunduba, que perpassa os bairros de Canudos e do Guama (PMB, 2016).
Curating my own playlist as our tuk-tuk engine battled manfully against the ever steeper hills approaching Lisbon's Bairro Alto was an unexpected yet joyous introduction to this celebrated quarter of the Portuguese capital.
Sure, you'll want to get lost in the rambling, rollercoaster-like streets in and around Alfama, and check out the baroque churches and fado bars of the Bairro Alto; but the city has a cool, contemporary side, too.