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Açude do Cedro and Pedra da Galinha-choca- Photo: FFabio Barros (Public domain license)
Açude do Cedro and Pedra da Galinha-choca- Photo: FFabio Barros (Public domain license)

Quixadá could be more like a city like so many others in the interior of Brazil, were it not for the strange rock formations. They are called monoliths - which means 'single stone'. Rock mountains sprouting in the landscape. The Globo Repórter team went there to meet a people who watch stars, see lights that travel through space.

The ufological reports of Quixadá prove that it is a unique place, like the stones of the landscape. Those who go to Quixadá cannot be in a hurry. The heat of the hinterland is relentless, even in winter. But everyone is watching.

Small dirt roads, almost always deserted, would have already witnessed extraordinary events that made history in Quixadá.

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Pedra da Galinha-choca- Photo: FFabio Barros (Public Domain License)Pedra da Galinha-choca- Photo: FFabio Barros (Public Domain License)
Açude do Cedro and Pedra da Galinha-choca- Photo: FFabio Barros (Public domain license)Açude do Cedro and Pedra da Galinha-choca- Photo: FFabio Barros (Public domain license)
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