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Top Things to Do in Natal, Brazil, from a Cruise Ship - Created by BoostVacations.com Staff

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Genipabu - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Genipabu (or Jenipabu) is a beach with a complex of dunes, a lagoon and an environmental protection area (APA) located in Natal, one of the most famous post-cards of the Rio Grande do Norte Brazilian state.

Dunas Park - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Dunas State Park Journalist Luiz Maria Alves ( Portuguese: Parque Estadual das Dunas de Natal Jornalista Luiz Maria Alves) is a considered the second largest urban park in Brazil.

Maracajaú - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Maracajaú ( Tupi) is a community and beach located in the Brazilian city of Maxaranguape, state of Rio Grande do Norte (about 50 km from the state capital, Natal). With a population of approximately 2,000 people the main source of income is fishing followed by tourism.

Maior cajueiro do mundo - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Maior cajueiro do mundo or Cajueiro de Pirangi English: world's largest cashew tree or cashew tree of Pirangi is a cashew tree in Pirangi do Norte, Rio Grande do Norte, Brazil. In 1994, the tree entered the Guinness Book of Records. It covers an area between 7,300 square metres (1.8 acres) and 8,400 square metres (2.1 acres).

Forte dos Reis Magos - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The ' Forte dos Reis Magos or Fortaleza dos Reis Magos (Fortress of Three Wise Men), is a fortress located in the city of Natal in the Brazilian state of Rio Grande do Norte.

Luís da Câmara Cascudo

Luís da Câmara Cascudo (December 30, 1898 - July 30, 1986) was a Brazilian anthropologist, folklorist, journalist, historian, lawyer, and lexicographer. He was born in Natal, Northeast Brazil. He lived his entire life in Natal and dedicated himself to the study of Brazilian culture and he was a professor at the Federal University of Rio Grande do Norte.

Barreira do Inferno Launch Center

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia The Barreira do Inferno Launch Center ( Portuguese: Centro de Lançamento da Barreira do Inferno; CLBI, trans. "Hell's Barrier") is a rocket launch base of the Brazilian Space Agency. It was created in 1965, and is located in the city of Parnamirim, near Natal, the capital of the state of Rio Grande do Norte.

Newton Navarro Bridge - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Newton Navarro Bridge, is one of the biggest cable-stayed bridge of Brazil located in the city of Natal, capital of the Brazilian state of Rio Grande do Norte. It connects North Zone and the cities of the north coast to the South Zone and other regions of the city crossing Potengi River.

Alberto Maranhão Theatre - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The José Augusto Foundation initiated a new renovation in June 1988, including dressing rooms, auditorium, garden, audience and stage, trying to restore it under the technical supervision of the Coordinator of the Historical and Artistic Patrimony of the State. On its centennial in 2004, another renovation began focused on accessibility, air conditioning, and general repairs.

Natal City Park - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The area where the Park will be located is, like most of Natal, covered by dunes. It will be the second largest Park in Natal, the biggest being Parque das Dunas.