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Brazil

By: Lukas Gennarelli




Brazilian Art


Brazilian Coins


Where Brazil is Located

Chrome-Plated Rattle for the Afro Brazilian God Xango Aira

Brazilian Art

Population: 207.7 Million

Size: 3.288 Million Miles

Absolute Location: 14.2350° S, 51.9253° W

Capital: Brasília

A Little Info About Brazil

Style of Government

Elections:  Brazil elects on the national level a head of state – the president – and a legislature. The president is elected to a four-year term by absolute majority vote through a two-round system. The National Congress (Congresso Nacional) has two chambers.

Who Makes The Law: Legislative Branch

Some of the Landforms: Plateaus, Amazon River, and more Plateaus

LandForms

Southern Highlands

Brazilian Highlands

Facts About the Landforms

Amazon River: 2nd Longest River in the World

Brazilian Plateau: 4,500,000 Kilometers

Southern Highlands: 316,972 sq mi

Amazon River

Lowland Climate: The Climate of the Lowlands is above 38 C.

Climate

Highland Climate

Some of the Man Made Features : Amazon Theater, Christ The Redeemer, and Itaipu Dam

Human Features

Christ the Redeemer

Itaipu Dam

Amazon Theater

Platinum: Is worth $922 for an Ounce

Gold: Is worth $1,270 for just an ounce!

Natural resources include: gold, iron ore, platinum, and others

Iron Ore: Brazil is world’s second largest exporter of iron ore 

Natural Resources

Iron Ore

Platinum

Gold

In Brazil, They produce Metals, Automobiles, Chemicals, and other products in their industries.

Production

Metal: They use the metal for Jewelry

Chemicals: The Chemical Industry in Brazil has made over 112 Billion Dollars 

Automobiles: Brazil has made a super car called the Rossin-Bertin Vorax

Industry

Wheat( and other grains ): Brazil produced 87.3 Million Tons in 2015 - 2016

Rice: Used in a dish they make in brazil called One Pot Brazilian Chicken and rice

Corn: Used in a dish they make in brazil called One Pot Brazilian Chicken and Rice

Crops They Grow: Some of the crops they grow are Corn, Wheat, Rice, and more.

Agriculture

Culture

Some of the Cultures in Brazil are: African American, Portuguese, and Western

Portugal Flag

Africa Flag

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