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Street view of Guaranatuba village at night. Currently, the layout of most Sateré-Mawé villages is similar to that of the small towns in the region. It is in the villages that are located their kitchens and port, as well as churches of different denominations, the school, the infirmary and the houses of the family units with the guaraná fields, the orchards and the other planted areas that belong to each family unit.
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