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As a real symbol of mixing cultures, Salvador da Bahia is deemed to be a living museum. Bordered by the Atlantic Ocean, it is one of Brazil's major cities and top destinations for expatriation.

By choosing to live in Salvador da Bahia, you will discover a great historical and cultural heritage and enjoy splendid beaches, a unique cuisine, which will contribute to provide you an enriching expat experience.

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I'm a capoeirista, Jewish Christian, English teacher, translator, entrepreneur, and American expat (current location: Salvador, Bahia, Brazil). Living an adventure!

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This blog is about DC Brazil , the portuguese language & culture school and my experiences and tips for people who are interested in Brazil.

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