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Living in Porto Seguro

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Cradle of the Brazilian history, Porto Seguro is a choice destination for expatriates. If you are dreaming of a calm and serene expat life to the rhythm of "lambada", amidst a magnificent colonial architecture, Porto Seguro will definitely charm you. By living here, you will also enjoy vibrant nightlife.

Expatriates looking for professional opportunities can try their luck in the fields of trade and services.

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