A long highway stretch in Ceará shows a desolate semi-arid landscape. Since the early 1960s an enormous network of highways has connected the interior with coastal cities as well as the metropoli of the industrial Southeast, facilitating migration.Um longo trecho de estrada no Ceará mostra a paisagem semi-árida desolada. Desde o início da década de 60 uma enorme rede de estradas tem conectado o interior com as cidades da costa e com as metrópoles do Sudeste industrializado, facilitando a imigração.
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