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  1. Olinda is a historic city in the Brazilian state of Pernambuco, located on the country's northeastern Atlantic Ocean coast, just north of Recife and south of Paulista. It has a population of 397,268 people and is one of the best-preserved colonial cities in Brazil.
  2. Olinda is a suburb in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, 36 km east of Melbourne's central business district. Its local government area is the Shire of Yarra Ranges. At the 2006 Census, Olinda had a population of 1568.

There are other places with Olinda in their name, like Nova Olinda, jardim olinda and nova olinda do norte.

Film

"Olinda" is a 2012 short animation, horror and mystery film directed by Araceli Kennedy Gutiérrez and Margarida Madeira.

Phrases with Olinda

  1. Amata Olinda
  2. Viola Olinda

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Google previewHistory of Orange County, California (1921)

With Biographical Sketches of the Leading Men and Women of the County who Have Been Identified with Its Earliest Growth and Development from the Early Days to the Present by Samuel Armor

Olinda is a bustling town in the oil district eight miles northeast of Fuller- ton.

Google previewFrommer's South America (2010)

by Nicholas Gill, Eliot Greenspan, Charlie O'Malley, Christie Pashby, Jisel Perilla, Neil Edward Schlecht, Shawn Blore, Alexandra de Vries

Olinda is a quiet colonial gem of a city, while Salvador's 16th-century colonial core has been transformed into a stroller's dream. THE AMAZON The largest rainforest in the world is so vast it defies easy description: All of western Europe would ...

Google previewFrommer's Brazil (2012)

by Alexandra de Vries, Shawn Blore

Olinda is a quiet colonial gem of a city, while Salvador's 16th-century colonial core has been transformed into a stroller's dream. The Amazon The largest rainforest in the world is so vast it defies easy description: All of western Europe would fit ...

Google previewYear Book of the Southern California Annual Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church ... Session (1904)

by Methodist Episcopal Church. Southern California Conference

Olinda is a new name to us. Some miles to the eastward of Fuller- ton is a thickly-settled country, and from ...

Google previewRural Pennsylvania in the Vicinity of Philadelphia (1897)

by Samuel Fitch Hotchkin

The word Olinda means the beautiful, and the term was 82 R URA L PENNS YL VA XI A .

Google previewThe Histories of Brazil (1922)

by Pero de Magalhães Gandavo

It is called Olinda and is one of the noblest and most populous cities of those regions. Five leagues inland there is another town called Igaroqu, which has for another name Villa dos Cosmos. And besides the inhabitants of these towns there ...

Google previewLet's Go Brazil 1st Edition (2003)

The attractive, well-preserved older sibling to sister city Recife's sprawling modern chaos, Olinda is a gorgeous UNESCO World Heritage Site and home to some of Brazil's most majestic, breathtaking churches. While tourism is heavy ...

Google previewThe Ethical Travel Guide (2009)

Your Passport to Exciting Alternative Holidays by Polly Pattullo, Orely Minelli

Nova Olinda is a village in the Kairiri Valley, Ceará, one of Brazil's poorest states, in the northeast of the country. It is home to the Casa Grande Foundation, working to try to recover the heritage of the local Krui-Kariri people and educate its ...

Google previewThe Encyclopaedia Britannica ... (1903)

A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences and General Literature ... in Thirty Volumes with New American Supplement

Olenda: see Olinda.

Google previewA Comprehensive Dictionary of the World (1992)

Olinda, o-liri -da, > A city of the empire of Ollinda, ol'-lin-dat) Brazil, South America, the capital of a district of the same name, and formerly of the province of Pernambuco, and the see of a bishop, is beautifully situated on several eminences ...

Google previewA dictionary of geography, ancient and modern (1834)

by Josiah Conder

Olinda, the original capital, is seated on some finely wooded hills, about a league distant, from the foot of which stretches a long, narrow neck of sand, connecting it with the bank upon which Recife is built. It was founded by the Portuguese ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Geography, ancient and modern, etc (1834)

by Josiah CONDER (Editor of “The Patriot.”.)

Olinda, the original capital, is seated on some finely wooded hills, about a league distant, from the foot of which stretches a long, narrow neck of sand, connecting it with the bank upon which Recife is built. It was founded by the Portuguese ...

Google previewEncyclopaedia perthensis, or, Universal dictionary of the arts, sciences, literature, etc. : intended to supersede the use of other books of reference (1816)

OLINDA, Fsrnambuco, or Phehsam- juco, a pror. of Brazil, along the coast of the Atlantic ; abounding with cotton, sugar, Brazil wood, &c.

Google previewA Dictionary, Geographical, Statistical, and Historical, of Various Countries, Places, and Principal Natural Objects in the World Illustrated with Maps (1854)

by John Ramsay McCulloch

Olinda,. Recife,. Boa-Vista,. and. St. AnPERSIA. 490 PERSIA. wholly Impracticable for carriage!, and tiinafe even for. PEItM. during the religious wars. (Hugo, art. Dordogne; Dict.

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