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  • 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.

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. Kevin G. Hall McClatchy DC
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. Kevin G. Hall McClatchy DC

Parolas esperanton? Esperanto language still has appeal in Brazil

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