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Araribóia is the founder of the city of Niterói, in Brazil. In Tupi, his name means "ferocious snake". He was the leader of the Temiminó tribe, which inhabited the territory of the present Espírito Santo state and came to Rio de Janeiro in AD 1564, with Estácio de Sá's fleet.
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Araribóia is the founder of the city of Niterói, in Brazil. In Tupi, his name means "ferocious snake". He was the leader of the Temiminó tribe, which inhabited the territory of the present Espírito Santo state and came to Rio de Janeiro in AD 1564, with Estácio de Sá's fleet.
Araribóia
Araribóia
Araribóia is the founder of the city of Niterói, in Brazil. In Tupi, his name means "ferocious snake". He was the leader of the Temiminó tribe, which inhabited the territory of the present Espírito Santo state and came to Rio de Janeiro in AD 1564, with Estácio de Sá's fleet.

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