Person    | Male  Born 1920  Died 1993

Carlos Castello Branco

Categories: Journalism / Publishing

Countries: Brazil

Brazilian journalist. Following discussions with our Iberian consultant, Julie Nauman, we have assumed that Brazil adopts the Portuguese naming conventions, which makes "Castello Branco" the surname.

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Carlos Castello Branco

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Carlos and Elvia Castello Branco

{On a plaque on the ground to the north:} This fountain has been refurbished...

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