fazenda

large plantation in Brazil, comparable to the slave-based plantations of the Caribbean and the United States. In the colonial period (16th–18th ... [2 related articles]
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Fazenda

[disambiguation] Fazenda is Portuguese for farm, hacienda. It may also refer to one of the following. ...
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Fazenda

Fazendas (fɐˈzẽdɐs, meaning `farms`) were plantations found throughout Brazil; during the colonial period (16th - 18th centuries) they were concentrated primarily in the northeastern region, where sugar was produced, shifting during the 19th century to coffee production in the southeastern region. Fazenda now denotes any kind of farm. Fazen.....
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Fazenda

[Lajes das Flores] == History == The first settlements In this region occurred In the zone called Eirinha Velha during the 16th Century. Few historians would refer to the area of Fazenda, until Father José António Camões elaborated on the history of the island; from the Ribeira Funda, He would recount, Later, Father Camões would note th...
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