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Credit: Alinne Rezende via Visura
Asset ID: VA87054
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Copyright: © Alinne Rezende, 2023
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Alinne Rezende

@ freelancer Based in Brazil

"Photography has always matched all my passions, all my choices, and all my curiosities. It has always been my best excuse: excuse to go, to be there, to tell, to listen, to come back, to get to know a bit more. It makes me think,...
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On the way to Vitória da Conquista, Bahia at BR-116, also known as Rio-Bahia, is a federal route of highways of Brazil. The second longest highway in Brazil, its 4,490 kilometers, connects Fortaleza, Ceará, one of the largest Northeast Brazil metropolises, to the southern city of Jaguarão, Rio Grande do Sul, on the border with Uruguay. It is also the longest highway in the country to be completely paved. It is considered one of the most important highways in the country, along with BR-101.
BR-251, officially Rodovia Júlio Garcia, is a Brazilian transversal highway.

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The road passes through the south of Maranhão and Piauí and in the west of Bahia, which is an important producer of soy, corn, and cotton, among other products; and also passes by Minas Gerais, which is the largest Brazilian producer of minerals and gemstones, and a strong agricultural sector.

A truck passes by one of the double line parts of the highway at Rodovia Fernão Dias (official designation BR-381 or SP-010 in the state of São Paulo) is a federal highway that runs in the Brazilian states of São Paulo and the southern region of Minas Gerais.
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Trucks driving on the single-laine roadway BR-116, also known as Rio-Bahia, is a federal route of highways in Brazil. The second longest highway in Brazil, its 4,490 kilometers, connects Fortaleza, Ceará, one of the largest Northeast Brazil metropolises, to the southern city of Jaguarão, Rio Grande do Sul, on the border with Uruguay. It is also the longest highway in the country to be completely paved. It is considered one of the most important highways in the country, along with BR-101.
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