By Jay Forte, Contributing Reporter

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Tomorrow on Wednesday, April 13th the photo exhibit “Krahô – Heranças Culturais Brasileiras” ("Krahô - Brazilian Cultural Heritages") opens at the Museu Histórico do Exército e Forte de Copacabana, or Historical Army Museum at Copacabana Fort. The show features black and white photos by Gisa Müller, which depict the tradition, daily life and culture of the indigenous ethnic Krahô in their territory in the state of Tocantins, in central Brazil.

The exhibition, as described by the photographer, seeks to 'extol the beauty and traditions of a people', whose numbers . . .

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