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In size, Brazil is the 5th largest country in the world and the single largest country in South America. It covers almost half of the subcontinent of South America and is larger than the continental United States. With over 200 million people, it has the 5th largest population in the world. Brazil’s Atlantic seacoast stretches for more than 4,500 miles along its eastern border, creating some of the most beautiful beaches in the world (over 4,000 in all). There are also more than 25,000 miles of navigable waterways within the interior of the country (more than any other country in the world). 

Because of its enormous size, Brazil shares a border with every country in South America, except Chile and Ecuador. Geographically, it is divided into five different regions which provide Brazil with a unique diverse range of climates as well as one of the largest number of species of flora and fauna found anywhere in the world. The population of Brazil is derived mainly from Portuguese, German, French, Italian and Dutch immigrants and the descendants of freed African slaves and indigenous Indians. This diverse group of people have joined together to create a uniquely, homogenous culture peculiar to Brazil. This is due in part to the acceptance of Portuguese as the national language and of Catholicism as the dominant religion. Yet, unlike the Portuguese spoken in Portugal, the language in Brazil is spoken with its own rhythmic intonations and is sometimes referred to as Brazilian rather than Portuguese. Although Brazil has not recognized any official religion since its independence from Portugal, the vast majority of the population is Catholic (despite often being mixed with the exotic traditions and beliefs brought from Africa by the black culture).

  • THE NORTH: "The Exotic Amazon"

    This vast region of exquisite natural beauty covers over two million square miles of dense tropical rain forest, one third of the territory of Brazil. It is the site of several of the world's largest rivers, and contains one fifth of the world's supply of fresh water. Rainfall is heavy and averages nearly ninety inches per year. The climate is hot and humid, and temperatures usually range between 70/90 F. The diversity of exotic plant and animal life is unparalleled in the world. The Amazon river, the second longest in the world after the Nile, stretches over 4,000 miles from the Pacific to the Atlantic Oceans, crossing the whole continent.

  • THE NORTHEAST: "The Golden Coast"

    Known as the "cradle of Brazilian civilization", this region consists, nowadays, of six hundred miles of fertile coastal plain, which extends for more than 2,000 miles along the white sandy beaches of the Atlantic coast, and is the site of some of the most beautiful beaches in the world. Temperatures are moderate due to the cool ocean breezes. The Northeast is a land rich in tradition and folklore. It is a land of strange secular legends, exotic religious cults and strong beliefs in the magical power of the sea.

  • THE WEST-CENTRAL PLATEAU

    It consists of lowlands savanna and tropical forests, rivers and lakes; and thousands of miles of swamplands and agricultural lands. It is the site of the Pantanal, the world's largest savanna and also the futuristic city of Brasília, the Capital City of Brazil.

  • THE SOUTHEAST "The Thrilling Circuit"

    Endless white, sandy beaches and year-round summer sun: This is the Southeast region. It has an exotic nightlife that lasts until dawn and an exuberance that never ends, all in a lush tropical setting. The two largest cities in the Brazil are located in this region: Rio de Janeiro and São Paulo.

  • THE SOUTH

    The only region with four distinct seasons, known as the "charming countryside", it has a climate similar to Europe. The colonization is basically from German and Italian immigrants who came to Brazil in the nineteenth century.

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