What can you do in Brazil?
Lots to do. There's a lot of great food. The beaches in Rio are great but now it's winter so to go to the beach try Fortaleza. There's always lots to do in Rio or Sao Paulo
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In South America, on the Atlantic side. Brazil is located South America. It's the biggest country in this continent. It's in the Atlantic Ocean side of the continent. And it borders all the other countries in South America, except for Equador and Chile. America (South) South America is the conti…nent on which Brazil is located. It's the largest country in South America. On the east Brazil is bounded by the Atlantic Ocean. To the north, Brazil is bordered by French Guiana, Guyana, Suriname, and Venezuela. To the northwest, Colombia borders Brazil. To the west Brazil is bordered by Bolivia and Peru. To the southwest Argentina and Paraguay border Brazil. Uruguay borders Brazil to the south. it is a country in south america ANSWER: . Brazil is on the east coast of South America. See the related link for a map. Brazil is located South America. It's the biggest country in this continent. It's in the Atlantic Ocean side of the continent. And it borders all the other countries in South America, except for Ecuador and Chile. South America (MORE)
Brazil is located South America. It's the biggest country in this continent. It's in the Atlantic Ocean side of the continent. And it borders all the other countries in South America, except for Equador and Chile. America (South)
It's hard to say. Every country has an Embassy, so Almost every country have Brazilian embassadors.. There are lot's of them, if you could be more expecific about which country you want to know who's the Brazilian embassador, or which organization
According to the CIA official figure, the population of Brazil in August 2000 (the last official census ) was 169,872,855 . The current estimate for July 2010 is 198,739,269. Brazil ranks fifth in population in the world. Forty-one percent of the total population of Brazil live in the states o…f Rio de Janeiro, Sao Paulo, and Minas Gerais. The southeastern part of the country is the most populated area. The majority of Brazilians live near coastal areas. Now is 190 732 694 million The population of Brazil was approximately 191,241,714. 185 million People (MORE)
Brazil is the largest country in South America and the only Portuguese-speaking country on that continent. It is the fifth largest country by geographical area, occupying nearly half of South America and the fifth most populous country in the world. Brazil also has good soccer players.
There are many rivers that end up running through Brazil. Some ofthe more commonly known rivers are the Amazon, River Negro, andParana River.
By the portuguese. It's the only contry in South America colonized by them. Most of the others were occupied by the Spanish (except few, like French Guiana) It was found for Pedro Alvares Cabral, a portuguese explorer in the April 22th, 1500
Brazil is a huge country and has many different types of landforms, including mountains. There is a large number of mountains taller than 2 km. Most of them are located along the coast in the Serra do Mar mountain range, but the tallest peaks are located in the Amazon. Brazilian tallest mountain is …'Pico da Neblina' with 2,994m. (MORE)
Brazil nuts aren't nuts. They are three-sided, hard-shelled edible seeds contained in a capsule or pod of the tree Bertholletiaexcelsa and related species, of South America. Brazil nuts mostly come from Bolivia (in Brazil, they are called castanhas, or chestnuts). They grow at the very top of enor…mously tall trees, in round wooden capsules packed with between 8 and 24 seeds. When the pods fall, they split apart and the seeds are released. (MORE)
Brazil is located in three of the four hemispheres. They are thenorthern, western and southern hemispheres. Both the Equator andthe Tropic of Capricorn run through Brazil.
No, Brazil is an independant country in South America. It's the largest country in South America and it borders 10 other countries which are Venezuela, Colombia, Peru, Bolivia, Paraguay, Argentina, Uruguay, Guyana, Surinam and French Guiana. Mexico is on the lower section of North America and is no …where near Brazil. (MORE)
From a tree that was very common when Brazil was colonized by Portugal in 1500: Pau Brasil, that means Brazil Wood, literally translating.
Samba is the "national" dace. However, there are a lot of brazilian rhythms, that include Frevo, Maracatu, Bumba-meu-boi, etc.
yes, Brazil is overpopulated. the birth rate is going up and people constantly immigrate to brazil. teenagers are going towards sex because they've been tought not to have it they rebel, babies are born and theres so many diffrent races that came together
the world may see brazil from a bad angle, but brazil is really growing, it is the first country with a woman president, a million people have been brought out of poverty, and it was one of the few countries that didnt go into ressetion.
The people of Brazil do the same things that every other person inthe world does. They go to work, spend time with family, go tofestivals, and even watch movies.
The government heathcare is free, you don't even have to be Brazilian, being a human-being is pretty much all you need. The public hospitals are usually crowded. Emergency treatment are immediate. You can have a private insurance and this kind of insurance is world-alike.
Brazil is a huge country, so this really depends on where people are. In the northeastern coast (actually in nearly the whole Brazilian coast, but specially from Rio to the north) you have amazingly beatiful beaches. In the south you have a cooler weather; thereÂ´s Pantanal with many natural beaut…ies (such as the city of Bonito, a jewel hidden in the middle of the woods) and in the northwest thereÂ´s the Amazon rainforest, which is probably the most fantastic place of the country, but only recommended to those who have a real adventurous way of life. In terms of urban life, in the major cities (such as Sao Paulo, Rio, Porto Alegre, Belo Horizonte) you have all that big cities in the world have, and also a lot of passion for soccer - going to a soccer game in Brazil is a unique thing to be done. In the south (Porto Alegre and the whole state of Rio Grande do Sul) you can find the 'gaucho' culture (similar to Argentina and Uruguay) and in te northeast (as in Salvador and the whole state of Bahia or Recife and the state of Pernambuco) you have a tropical wheather and many African-Brazilian cultural parties; the carnaval in Salvador is considered one of the best street parties in the world. Finally, thereÂ´s Rio - in which you find the most known aspects of Brazilian culture (samba, carnaval, soccer, sunny beaches, bossa nova, etc) and many natural beauties. (MORE)
By aeroplane/airplane if you live outside of Brazil and if you live in South America you can most probably take your car. Or if you are fat and lazy, the go ahead a take the plane anyway!
hey i used to live in Brazil when i was 9 for a year and it was kinda cool but frankly confusing. everythings so crypitic!
AS any other government would do to improve their contries.. Investing on Health system, education, safety, infrastructure (any kind.. Sanitary, roads, ...), and fighting political corruption.. It's not possible to say exactly what to do. If someone had the answer, it would have already been done,… right? (MORE)
The Brazil nut comes from a tree native to tropical South America, but not confined to Brazil.hep werer is it
It will depend on where you are going to and what do you like to do. There's some urban places or others that will take you next to the nature, there's some places that it excelent to find privacy and calm, others are only party and fun.
Brasil, is THe 8tj economy in The world, 250 milhoes people live is this country We have: 1. The Biggest and most preserved forest in The world. 2. Have The greatest Mineral rerserve in The world 3. We are 5 car maker in World 4. We have The biggest Folklore Party in The world The Carnival. and so… on (MORE)
From one tree called "Pau-Brasil".Brazil had a lot of them, so theportuguese colonizers gave this name.
you would go to the nearest airport to your house and fly to Brazil, how could you no know that? thats just obvious, its one of the world's biggest countries! oh my gosh!
they have 1:the festival of the fruits (El Festival de Las Frutas) to celebrate the abundant amount of fruit they have 2:rare animal festival9 El Festival de Los Animales)to celebrate the many rare, poisonous animals.
Brazil holds about one-third of the world's remaining rainforests, including a majority of the Amazon rainforest. It is also overwhelmingly the most biodiverse country on Earth, with more than 56,000 described species of plants, 1,700 species of birds, 695 amphibians, 578 mammals, and 651 reptiles.
Brazil has the big forest of the world who is called Amazonia,Brazil has one of the 7 wonderlands of the world, have beautiful beachs and lot OS fun
While some consider the rainforest to be different from the jungle, there is very definitely a Brazilian Jungle Biome.
That's a subjective question, you would have to come here to find out for yourself. Brazil has almost continental proportions, so there's no 'one answer fits all' either. There is everything from semi-arid regions to mega cities, and within those poverty-stricken neighbourhoods and industrial poles.… (MORE)
Yes, they are referred to as new world monkeys and are the ones with tails.
Nathan Brazil is a character in a series of science fiction novels by Jack Chalker.
"Feijoada" is a typical Brazilian food consisting of black beans and different cuts of meat. It was originally what the slaves in Brazil used to eat, and the cuts of meat were leftovers (such as trotters, intestines, ears, etc...). Now it is more commonly made with pork belly, bacon, sausage and chi…cken. It is eaten with rice. (MORE)
The supreme government is called: "Governo Federal" (means federal government) Also exist the "Governo estadual" - (means state government) and "Governo municipal" (as you can imagine means Municipal Government);
Only extremely rarely. Tropical cyclones are extremely rare in the South Atlantic. Only a handful have occurred in the past century. Of those only one reached strength equivalent to a hurricane. The storm, later named Cyclone Catarina, occurred in late March of 2004 and was a category 2 on the Saffi…r-Simpson scale and made landfall in Brazil at peak intensity with sustained winds of 100 mph. Since the storm occurred in the southern hemisphere it was not called a hurricane. The storm was so unprecedented that Brazilian meteorologists initially denied that it was a tropical cyclone. (MORE)
The equatorial climate characterizes much of northern Brazil. There is no real dry season, but there are some variations in the period of the year when more rains.Temperatures average 25 Â° C with more significant temperature variation between night and day than between seasons.The rainfall in cen…tral Brazil are more seasonal, characteristic of a savanna climate.This region is as large as the Amazon basin, but has a very different climate, since it is farther south, at a lower altitude . In the interior Northeast, seasonal rainfall is even more extreme. The semiarid climate region generally receives less than 800 mm of rain, most of which usually falls in a period of three to five months in the year , and sometimes less than that, the creation of long periods drought.The "Great Drought of 1877-78 in Brazil, the most severe ever recorded in the country,caused about half a million deaths.Another in 1915 was devastating too. In southern Bahia, near SÃ£o Paulo, the distribution of rainfall changes, with rain falling throughout the year.The South and Southeast are part of the conditions of temperate climate with cold winters and average annual temperature not exceeding 18 Â° Cwinter frosts are quite common, with occasional snow in higher areas. (MORE)
Considered one of the leading barometers of investor confidence, the EMBI + index, calculated by JP Morgan Chase Bank, at 188 points
They do not have elves in Brasil. They are normal people that speak a different language than English. It's called Portuguese.
Peppers and chilies belong to the family Solanaceae and the genus Capsicum. This genus of 20-25 species has usually classified according to the level of domestication. Brazil stands out for having a wide diversity in all categories and includes four domesticated species: . : . Capsicum annuum var. …annuum ; . : . Capsicum bacccatum var. pendulum ; . : . Capsicum chinense ; . : . Capsicum frutescens. There are three species semidomesticadas : . : . Capsicum annuum var. glabriusculum ; . : . Capsicum baccatum var. praetermissum. . : . Capsicum baccatum var. baccatum. And 80 to 10 wild species. Different species and varieties (morphological variation within species) semidomesticadas domesticated and can be discriminated by morphological features seen mainly in the flowers (MORE)
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Did you mean like the 'USA' for United states of America? If so, is BR. :)
Brazil's economy has a free market and export. Measured by purchasing power parity, gross domestic product is around $ 2 trillion (U.S. $ 2,817.9 billion), making it the ninth largest economy in 2008 according to the IMF,  (and the tenth largest economy according to World Bank), making it the se…cond largest in the Americas, behind only the United States. Brazil is a member of several economic organizations, such as MERCOSUR, UNASUR, the G8 +5, G20 and the Cairns Group. Its number of trading partners is in the hundreds, with 60% of exports mainly manufactured goods and semi-manufactured. The main trade partners of Brazil in 2008 were : Mercosur and Latin America (25.9% of trade), the European Union (23.4%), Asia (18.9%), United States (14.0%) and other (17.8%). (MORE)
History Carnival The carnival came to Brazil around the seventeenth century and was influenced by the carnival celebrations that happen in Europe. In countries like Italy and France, occurred in the carnival parades of urban forms, where the carnival masks and costumes. Characters like the Columb…ian, the Pierre and King Momo also been incorporated into the Brazilian carnival, but are of European origin. In Brazil in the late nineteenth century, began to appear the first carnival, cords and the famous "Corsicans". The latter became more popular in the early twentieth centuries. People disguise, decorated their cars and in groups, paraded through the streets of cities. And there lies the origin of floats, typical of the samba schools present. In the twentieth century, the carnival has been growing and becoming an increasingly popular festival. This growth occurred with the help of carnival music. The songs leave the carnival increasingly excited. The first samba school in Rio de Janeiro came and called Lets Talk. It was created by carioca samba called Ismael Silva. Years later the Talk It became the school of Estacio de Sa samba. From then on the street carnival begins to gain a new format. Begin to emerge new samba schools in Rio de Janeiro and Sao Paulo. Organized into leagues of Samba Schools, the first championships begin to see what samba school was more beautiful and lively (MORE)
Brazil is not a person, It's a country. Brazil is named after a very valuable tree called Pau-Brazil, since there were many of these trees before the portuguese colonized Brazil and took all the trees down to make furniture and more.
Brazil is very colorful place. Not literally but it has a rich history and a very interesting culture. Brazil also lies a great festival. The country is filled with activities to do and places to see. you will really enjoy your stay in a country like this.
There is the Iguacu waterfall in Campo Grande, Statue of Christ and Sugar loaf mountains in rio De Janerio, the Cathedral of Brasilia and the three Powers Square in Brasilia, the Saint John's Festival (largest in the world) in Campina Grande, one of the beaches (Jericoacora Beach in Fortaleza), visi…t the Amazon river, the Amazon Opera House in Manaus and visit Pico da Neblina the highest mountain in Brazil. :) (MORE)
A lot of things. The brazilian people are very happy. Rio deJaneiro is a wonderful city in Brazil.
In July 1, 2012 brazil popilation is 193,946,886. It is the largestcountry in both South America and the Latin American region as wellas It is the world's fifth largest country.
The restaurant Brazil Brazil is located at 328 West 46th Street, Restaurant Row, New York City, New York, 10036. Their phone number for reservations is 212-957-4300.