Serra da Capivara National Park

Part 4

These trails include the most spectacular site, Boqueirão da Pedra Furada (seventy meters long and densely painted), which luckily happens to be a short, relatively easy walk from the park's Visitor Center. It starts with the fourth photograph on the first row.

On the next page, there are images of animals and plants, a couple of photographs taken in town, and the gorgeous ceramics made by Cerâmica Serra da Capivara.

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