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Lusoguyana was a puppet state owned by Brazil during its wild age. It was a state from 1826 to 1872
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Lusoguyana was a puppet state owned by Brazil during its wild age. It was a state from 1826 to 1872.
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{{STATE|title2 = Lusoguyana|capital = Macapá|largest_city = Macapá|official_language = Portuguese
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|ethnic_groups = 40 percent Africans, 35 percent Europeans, 25 percent Natives|denonyms = Lusoguyanee
 
|government = Puppet State|Monarchy|area = 182,915|population = 1,284,400|currency = Réis}}
   
{{STATE|title2 = Lusoguyana|capital = Macapá|largest_city = Macapá|official_language = Portuguese|ethnic_groups = 40% Africans
 
35% Europeans
 
25% Natives|denonyms = Lusoguyanee|government = Puppet State
 
Monarchy|area = 182.915|population = 1284400|currency = Réis}}
 
 
==Trivia==
 
==Trivia==
Currently, the country is now the state of Amapá and the Island of Marajó (Pará)
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Currently, the country is now the state of Amapá and the Island of Marajó (Pará).
 
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[[Category:Amapá]]

Latest revision as of 02:29, 2 July 2020

Lusoguyana was a puppet state owned by Brazil during its wild age. It was a state from 1826 to 1872.


Trivia

Currently, the country is now the state of Amapá and the Island of Marajó (Pará).

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