Gowdana Project
Project info

Gondwana was a supercontinent that existed more than 200 million years ago and contained rocks of 3.6 billion years before dividing into what are now the continents or subcontinents of Africa, South America, Antarctica, India and Australia. Brazil, more specifically the state of Paraiba, is the part of the territory of South America closest to Africa, another part that detached from Gondwana. The beaches of Paraiba are, therefore, the margins that separated but that stayed on the side of here, of Brazil.