When the Pancho Villas were built, they were like a fairy tale. Now they’re all gone

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A Pancho villas home on a corner of the Rio de Janeiro neighborhood of Punta Gallegos in 2002. 

Pancho Villa was the world’s first multi-level residential project and the first residential development designed in Brazilian architecture, a design that has changed the way people live in Brazil.

It is estimated that more than 3,500 Pancho buildings were built throughout the country.

Today, more than 20,000 Pancho homes are located in the cities of Rio de Paulo and Sao Paulo.

A Pancho village built in the 1970s.

PanchoVillas home in 2001. 

When Pancho was built, the idea was to build homes that would provide for people and provide for the environment.

Today Pancho is an international leader in sustainability. 

A Panchos home in 2002, which is in good condition, and a Pancho home built in 2008, in Rio de Pernambuco. 

In the 1960s, Pancho created a vision for sustainable living.

A house in Pancho that was designed by Antonio Pernanha, an architect who was the father of Brazilian architecture. 

The Pancho family was a humble one. 

Pernanhajo was born in Rio in 1938 and worked as a laborer in a construction yard until his death in 1960.

Pernannha was born to an old-fashioned, conservative family in the town of Gombe.

His father, a fisherman, taught him the basics of farming.

When Pernhanha was in the fifth grade, his father went to live in the neighboring town of Rua Gombelo. 

After his father’s death, his mother took Pernha and his sister, Renata, to the farm where they lived for a time. 

They later returned to Rio, where Pernhamas mother was a seamstress. 

“When I was young, I loved the countryside,” Pernantha told Al Jazeera.

“My grandfather taught me to respect nature and the earth.

I wanted to be a farmer, but I was very poor.”

Pernamha is credited with helping to create a sustainable lifestyle for his family.

The Pancho Family had to adapt to the realities of a modern Brazil.

Pernhamah’s mother, Renato, and father, Josef, were all farmers. 

Josef, a millworker and the father who taught Pernamah the basics, was a man of the people.

He was involved in the local economy and the construction of a farm.

He also served as the head of the local Catholic Church. 

According to Pernmah, his grandparents worked hard to feed their family, and he and his family lived off the land.

Prenamah said he had the opportunity to see the country from the outside, but the experiences were hard. 

Rio was a place where he would spend the summer working as a labourer in the fields.

In the early years, he would stay at home, but when his family returned to the country in the 1960-1970s, he and Renato returned to work. 

He was employed as a millwright, but soon discovered that his work required him to live on the land, which he did with a lot of trouble.

“My grandparents worked really hard, and when they died, they had money for their clothes and for the electricity.

But they were so poor, and they had to work in the forest, in the field,” he said.”

The next generation, my parents, came from a poor family and they were more fortunate than my grandparents.

They had a lot more money, so they could go to the market and buy things, and we had to make a living from selling things in the village.” 

The family eventually found work on the farm, and their time in the construction business led to a business of their own.

They made some money, but it was not enough to buy a home.

“I had to pay my own way,” Prenhamah said.

“But I was so poor that I couldn’t buy anything.”

He was able to purchase a house in Rio that would accommodate him and his children. 

His first house was a three-story house that was completed in 1965. 

Renato lived in the house with her husband, Josefa, and three of their children.

He worked as an electrician and helped with the roof repair. 

Later, he was hired as a plumber.

He would help with the construction and work on a number of different projects. 

During his career, Pernnamah worked as part of a team of engineers that was responsible for the construction works.

The project that he and Josefa completed was to replace the existing structure on the site. 

One of the main goals of the project was