Brazil Cowboy Culture

In this Sept.18, 2015, “gauchos” accompanied by their dogs, ride their horses to go to his work at the rural area of Santa Izabel ranch, Alegrete municipality, Rio Grande do Sul state, Brazil. During “Semana Farroupilha,” or “Ragamuffin Week” in this enclave of 75,000 people, the locals celebrate cowboy tradition and intense pride in the region’s 1935 uprising over taxation against the federal government. (AP Photo/Eraldo Peres)

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