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Incas (continued)

The Spanish conquest When Huayna Capac became the Inca emperor, there was a succession war that some sources maintain lasted about twelve years. The alleged cause of the war is that Huayna had been very cruel to the people. Rumors spread throughout the Inca Empire like fire over a strange 'bearded man' who 'lived in a house at sea' and had 'lightning and thunder in his hands'.
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Constitution

The Constitution is the largest law governing a country. Through it we have the organization of a sovereign nation. A country's constitution organizes the state and defines fundamental rights and guarantees for its people. This set of laws still receives names like Fundamental Law, Supreme Law, Law of Laws, Major Law or Magna Carta.
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Geography

Africa

It is the third largest continent on earth, just behind Asia and the Americas. Along with the adjacent islands, it occupies about 30 million km 2, covering 20.3% of the total land area of ​​the planet. It is also the second most populous continent on earth, just behind Asia. It has over 800 million inhabitants in 54 countries, representing about one seventh of the world's population.
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Geysers

Geysers are springs that release jets of hot water and steam at regular intervals. They are considered to be final volcanism activities and result from the heating of underground water that is in or near contact with the lava. At the bottom of the water column, the temperature may exceed 100 degrees centigrade.
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Geography

Seasons

We call the season each of the four subdivisions of the year based on weather patterns. They are: spring, summer, autumn and winter. The seasons occur due to the slope of the earth in relation to the sun. We can then say that the seasons are caused by the earth's axis of rotation, along with its motion around the sun, which lasts for a year and is called translational.
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Characters of the ragamuffin Revolution (continued)

Marshal Luís Alves de Lima e Silva, "Duke of Caxias" (1803-1880) He was born on the São Paulo Farm, Porto de Estrela Village, in the Baixada Fluminense, Rio de Janeiro. On November 22, 1808, he settled as a cadet in the 1st Infantry Regiment, later joining the Royal Military Academy.
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