• João da Cruz e Sousa

    João da Cruz e Sousa

    João da Cruz e Sousa (November 24, 1861 – March 19, 1898) was a Brazilian poet and journalist, famous for being one of the first Brazilian Symbolist poets ever. A descendant of African slaves, he has received the epithets of "Black Dante " and "Black Swan".

  • João Filipe da Costa Cruz

    João Filipe da Costa Cruz (born 31 January 1979 in Vila Nova de Famalicão, Portugal) is a professional footballer and a national of Portugal.

  • Da Cruz

    Da Cruz is a Brazilian World music group composed of Mariana Da Cruz, Swiss producer Ane Hebeisen (Ane H.), guitar player Oliver Husmann and percussionist Pit Lee. Da Cruz was formed in 2005 when Hebeisen, formerly of the Swiss industrial-electro group Swamp Terrorists, met Da Cruz, a Bossa Nova singer in an Irish pub, in Lisbon while touring Portugal. After moving to Switzerland, Oliver Husmann and former Swamp Terrorists drummer Pit Lee were invited to join and round out the group. Since then, they have released three albums: Nova Estação in 2007, Corpo Elétrico in 2008, and Sistema Subversiva in 2011.

  • Santa Cruz da Graciosa

    Santa Cruz da Graciosa

    Santa Cruz da Graciosa (Portuguese pronunciation: [ˈsɐ̃tɐ ˈkɾuʒ ðɐ ɣɾɐsiˈɔzɐ] ( listen )) is a Portuguese municipality on the island of Graciosa, in the archipelago of the Azores. The population in 2011 was 4,391, in an area of 60.66 km². It includes four local parishes and one municipal government structure, which administers the entire island.

  • Alejandro Aragao Da Cruz

    Alejandro Aragao Da Cruz (born 28 January 1986 in Gandu, Brazil ) is a Brazilian footballer. He plays as a Forward. He is currently unattached.

  • Reinaldo da Cruz Oliveira

    Reinaldo da Cruz Oliveira

    Reinaldo da Cruz Oliveira or simply Reinaldo (born March 14, 1979 in Itaguaí, Brazil ), is a Brazilian striker who plays for Brasiliense.

  • Praia (Santa Cruz da Graciosa)

    Praia (Santa Cruz da Graciosa)

    Praia (officially São Mateus) is a Portuguese civil parish in the municipality of Santa Cruz da Graciosa, on the island of Graciosa, in the Azores. It still retains its former name Praia locally, owing to the parish having once been the historical municipality of Praia. The population in 2011 was 836, in an area of 12.82 km².

  • Viriato da Cruz

    Viriato Clemente da Cruz (25 March 1928 – 13 June 1973) was an Angolan poet and politician, who was born in Kikuvo, Porto Amboim, Portuguese Angola, and died in Beijing, People's Republic of China. He is considered one of the most important Angolan poets of his time. He wrote poems in Portuguese and Angolan languages. He took part in the fight to free Angola from Portuguese rule.

  • Santa Cruz da Graciosa (parish)

    Santa Cruz da Graciosa (parish)

    Santa Cruz da Graciosa is a civil parish in the municipality of the same name on the island of Graciosa, in the Portuguese archipelago of the Azores. The parish occupies the northeastern corner of the island and is the home of the municipal seat, as well as economic center concentrating most municipal services, in addition to the main airport and port. The population in 2011 was 1,776, in an area of 15.52 km².

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