4)The Serra dos Orgãos near Rio de Janeiro. For many years after initial settlement, the Southeast's mountain ranges, which run parallel to the coast, served as barriers to exploration of the interior.4) A Serra dos Orgãos, perto do Rio de Janeiro. Durante muitos anos, desde o início da colonização, as cadeias de montanhas do Sudeste que correm paralelamente à costa serviram de barreira para a exploração do interior.
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Brazil: The Colonial Legacy of Minas Gerais