Esperanto alive in Brazil

Invented as an auxiliary language to bridge cultures and tongues, Esperanto has struggled to gain a foothold in much of the world. Brazil is an exception, where an hour-long radio show in Esperanto graces the airwaves in Rio de Janeiro.
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Invented as an auxiliary language to bridge cultures and tongues, Esperanto has struggled to gain a foothold in much of the world. Brazil is an exception, where an hour-long radio show in Esperanto graces the airwaves in Rio de Janeiro.

Parolas esperanton? Esperanto language still has appeal in Brazil

August 31, 2016 03:16 PM