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This is Brazil's loved and cherished flag shaped as their country.

This is mountian corcovado witch hold the statue of jesus

Brazil

98 foot statue of Jesus in Mount Corcovado, Brazil

Brazil is a federal presidential constitutional republic, based on representative democracy.

They elect Presidents and Vice Presidents similiar to the US.


Brazil is 7,491 kilometers long.

Brazil is the fifth biggest country in the world.

Brazil's capital is Brasilia.

The Brazilian population is 207.7 million and it's land Area: 3.288 million mi²

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Longitude and Latitude: 14.2350° S, 51.9253° W

Brazil's flag

Brazil has the longest beach in the world. It is about 150miles long it is almost all rocks but as you see in the picture there is over 50 miles of sand but the rest are rocks.

Landforms

This is a bornhardt it is one of the most famous landform in brazil possiby in the world.

Beaches

This is part of the amazon river it is one of the longest if not the longest river in the world.

Bornhardts

Rivers

1.South region 12°C (53.6°F) - Mountains

2.West region 22°C (71.6°F)

3.North region 23 to 27 °C (73 to 81 °F)- Coastal Beaches


Brazil has 5 different climate zones: Equatorial, Semi-Arrid, Highland Tropical, Subtropical, 

Climate in the regions

Man made     features


The Christ the Redeemer is one of the most famous statue in the world watching over of all of Brazil's people. 

This one of the most popular man made features in Brazil.  It is a great attractment in Brazil. Also, it has amazing view of the lake.

These statues were made and stand in the more northen part of Brazil.

Tin is Brazil's most common product sold it is found in the northern parts of Brazil.

Nickle is commonly found in Brazil it is used to make Brazil's currency.

Nickel

Tin

Some of Brazil's natural resources are iron ore, tin, gold, nickel, and timber.

Natural resorces

Gold is the most common material used to make jewlry in Brazil. Also, Brazil is a mass producer of gold.

Gold

Iron ore is one of the most common mineral in the world. There are many uses for iron, but Brazil's main use is nuts and bolts. 

Timber is mainly found in the Amazon Rainforest in Brazil. It is mainly used to build buildings like houses.

Timber

Iron ore

Brazil is the third largest producer of leather.





Brazilian swimwear became popular in the US in the 1980's.







Brazil produces the most high-quality gems in South America.

Beach Clothing

Gemstones

Footwear

Industry 

The corn is mostly grown in flat land and wet areas. Brazil is a high producer of corn.

Brazil uses most of the wheat for bread and cereal. The wheat is grown mostly in the mountains.

Agriculture

Cocoa beans

corn

wheat

Brazil produces on average 350 thousand tons of cocoa per year,

The religion of samba is an afircan america religion their god is a tiger is is the least common religion of the most popular religions.

Holidays and Religion

Roman Catholicism has been the main religion in Brazil since the 16th century. 

On September 7th, the people of Brazil celebrate Independence Day which is the day they gained their freedom from Portugal. 

Cultures

References

brcactaceae.org


brazilcultureandtravel.com