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On Wednesday, some of the prostitutes moved to an abandoned warehouse down the road. All rights reserved. Cristina de Oliveira sat glumly on a stoop, staring at the litter of a life: A pair of abandoned shoes, keys to vanished doors, a broken bed frame.
But as Rio grew, the zone no longer was undesirable. Vila Mimosa was in the way.
Residents blocked the street in protest and said they would go to court to keep the prostitutes from setting up shop. On those nights, thousands of construction workers would cram the dead-end street, lined with one-story houses in faded orange, yellow, red, green and blue.
Vila Mimosa was all that remained of a sprawling Bohemian district that dated back to the s, when Brazil was a Portuguese colony, and Rio was its capital. The Associated Press.
Many of the women of Vila Mimosa lost all they owned when the bulldozers came. Within hours Thursday, the oldest red-light district in South America was extinct.
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They filed in and out, carrying sinks, fans, bar stools, bottles of cane liquor, a jukebox that played the favorite slow-dance records. We have a timetable, and a timetable represents costs. The red-light district retreated.
Some of the women simply watched silently as trash collectors loaded trucks with what was left of Vila Mimosa.