If you are curious to see how the Brazilian returnees in the nineteenth century have influenced Lagos, join Graciano Martins, President of the Brazilian Descendants Association, on his stroll down the Brazilian Quarter. Like no other, he knows the history of what is called Popo Aguda. Every house, every bungalow and every public square tells a little piece of history of those who returned from slavery in Brazil and changed the face of Lagos with their craftsmanship and cultural influences.