TAG related articles "bairro":

Dois Irmãos (Neighbourhood, Recife)

Dois Irmãos was also an important plantation. In the first half of the 19th century, the land belonged to the Apipucos sugarcane factory, whose owners were the brothers Antônio Lins Caldas and Tomás Lins Caldas, nicknamed respectively Captain Coló and Seu Toné.

Encruzilhada (neighbourhood, Recife)

The name of Encruzilhada [Crossroads] is due to the fact that it was where the trains coming from Recife, Beberibe and Olinda whistled and crossed. In 1915, the trains were replaced by electric trams of Pernambuco Tramways.

Iputinga (Neighbourhood, Recife)

Iputingais a Recife neighbourhood situated in the city’s northern zone on the banks of the Capibaribe River, known as the bairro dos artistas (artists’ neighbourhood). ‘Iputinga’, called ‘Ipueira’in old documents, is a word from the Tupi language.

Jiquiá (neighbourhood, Recife)

Jiquiá is the name of a neighbourhood in Recife that was situated a little beyond Afogados. Like so many other districts of the city, it has a history intertwined with the development of the Pernambuco sugar fiefdoms, during the Brazilian Colonial period.

Madalena, Neighbourhood, Recife, PE

The plantation was situated where today the Praça João Alfredo (João Alfredo Square) is located. The plantation manor, where the owners lived, was known for a long time as the Sobrado Grande da Madalena (Madalena Plantation Manor).