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I am going to tell you about Brazil and the climate in the place and the features of Brazil.

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Brazil's country and shape and also the fifth largest state in the world.

Brazil's Flag.

Created by : Owen Virostko

Brazil

The president of Brazil ; Michel Temer.


Christ the Redeemer a brazilian landmark

Brazil has one of the largest populations in the world ; 207.7 million people.

Brazil's size in area is pretty big ; 3.288 million miles squared.

Brazil's style of government is dictatorship, the place that makes the laws is The Law Library of Congress.

Basic Information

This is the flag of brazil as I stated in the first page.

Brasilia is the capital of of brazil stated above.

14 S, 52 W is the longitude and latitude brazil is between.

Last but not least the amazon basin its about 4,345 miles long. There are also 3000 known species of fish in this basin.

One of brazil's wetlands called Pantanal and its the largest in the world.


Mount Roraima one brazil's famous plateaus. Mount Roraima is also one of the highest peaks in south america.

Landforms

Brazil's precipitation levels are 39 inches and 59 inches a year.

Brazil is pretty rainy throughout the months

Climate

Brazil's highlands tend to be pretty hot. Around the amazon basin there are hot temperatures like 80 F to 100 F.

The cathedral of brasilia

Fact : the concrete bars are supposed to mean hands moving up to heaven.


Brazil's Man-made Landmarks

Teatro Amazonas

This famous building was built where the amazon rainforest was and still is. Fact : On the outside of the building the dome was covered with 36,000 decorated ceramic tiles painted in the colors of the Brazilian national flag.

Christ the redeemer

Of course the all famous statue of christ. It's on the very top of Corcovado mountain. Fact : It's actually covered with 6 million stone tiles it may not seem like it but it is.

Imperial Topaz

Almost all imperial topaz is mined in brazil! Also Imperial topaz is one of the rarest colored topaz in the world.



Iron

We all know what iron is. But where is it mined in Brazil, its actually mined Mountains of Northern Brazil.

Natural Resources

Gold

Gold, ahh yes, famous for its shiny color. One thing you might not know though is that it's less reactive than other elements.

Cotton

Brazil is the 5th largest producer of cotton in the world!

Steel

 Brazilian steel production uses a mix of iron ore-based furnaces and scrap metal-based electric furnaces

Industry

Orange Juice

Brazil is the largest producers of orange and use 70% for juice.


Wheat

This stuff makes flour one of the most important things in baking also brazil produced 6.3 million tons of wheat in 2015.

Agriculture is a important thing in Brazil mostly because of the perfect soil.


Sugarcane

Sugarcane is what sugar is made of and a fun fact about it is that Brazil is the largest sugar producer in the world!

Agriculture


Coffee Beans

We all know that coffee makes you hyper but what I bet you didn't know is that brazil produce by itself 30% of the world's coffee supply.

Art

Brazil's art is "dramatic, bold and prevalent".It originated from the 1800s and aided the gold rush.

Literature

Brazil's literature is portuguese mainly because the portuguese colonized and occupied brazil in the 16th century.

Culture

Dance

Brazil's dancing is varied and complex, they inherited from Amerindian tribes.These dances also "tell tales".

Fun Facts

  1. Brazil is the largest country in South America.
  2. The name Brazil comes from a tree named brazilwood.

  3. It is called Brasil in Portuguese, the official language spoken in Brazil.

  4. Brazil is the only country in South America that speaks Portuguese.

  5. Portugal claimed the land of Brazil in the year 1500. Independence was declared in 1822.

  6. Brazil is the 5th largest country in the world by both land area and population.

  7. The population in 2012 was around 194 million people.

  8. The capital city is Brasilia, while the largest city is Sao Paulo.

  9. Other major cities include Rio de Janeiro, Salvador and Fortaleza.

  10. In Brazil they drive on the right-hand side of the road.

Thank You!