By Ben Tavener, Contributing Reporter
CURITIBA, BRAZIL – A good history student will tell you Brazil has had three capitals: Salvador, Rio de Janeiro and Brasília. A few history students, however, will add a fourth to the list: an oft-maligned, understated city and capital of Paraná state: Curitiba. Although it was only capital for three days in 1969, during the tumult of Brazil’s military regime.
An hour’s flight southwest of São Paulo and a little more from . . .