One of 19th century’s largest coffee plantations, located in northeastern Brazil, was squarely in Swiss hands. Today’s Helvécia bears almost no traces of those forms of life and community. Watercolor paintings from Pinacoteca and artefacts from the Museu Afro Brasil in São Paulo shed light on a key chapter in the history of Swiss colonialism and global interconnections.
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