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Azaleas bloom in Black Lake in Gramado - Azaléias floridas no Lago Negro em Gramado, Rio Grande do Sul - Brasil

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Among the attractions of the Black Lake Lawn has special prominence. It is the most visited tourist attraction in the city. Its beauty and tranquility that attracts tourists and locals enjoy, their margins, moments of pure delight. A good walk or bike ride around the Black Lake, which has woods and paddle, is a delicious way to start a good day. Sometimes the fog covering the lake and the scenery is really "European" (City Hall Gramado). Dentre as atrações de Gramado o Lago Negro tem destaque especial. É o ponto turístico mais visitado da cidade. Sua beleza e tranqüilidade atraem turistas e moradores que desfrutam, as suas margens, momentos de puro deleite. Uma boa caminhada ou passeio de bicicleta ao redor do Lago Negro, que tem bosque e pedalinhos, é uma forma gostosa de iniciar um bom dia. Às vezes a neblina cobre o lago e a paisagem fica, realmente, "européia" (Prefeitura Municipal de Gramado).

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Brazil was colonized in 1808 by the royal court of Portugal, which was fleeing Napolean's troops. They didn't stay long, and Brazil won its independence in 1822.

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Text by Steve Smith.

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