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Cacareco is the world's only zoo-dwelling rhino in Sao Paulo and ran for city council in 1958. 1)

Rio de Janeiro

Rio de Janeiro is the second-largest city in the country. Until 1960 it was its capital. 2)


Brasilia is the capital of the country. An ideal place that will delight all lovers of modern architecture. 3)


The first capital of Brazil was Salvador de Bahia. 4)

Minas Gerai

The colonial towns in Minas Gerais are under the auspices of UNESCO, which in itself proves their uniqueness. Gold and diamonds were once mined here and now it is a place loved by tourists. 5)

Foz do Iguaçu

Foz do Iguaçu is 275 waterfalls surrounded by forest. 6)

Chapada Diamantina

Chapada Diamantina is a mountainous region, a curiosity for all-mountain lovers willing to trek in Brazil. 7)

Porto Seguro

Porto Seguro is the most famous resort in the country. Lots of tourists and commercialism, but it is worth a visit. 8)

National dishes

Brazil's national dishes are feijoada and churrasco. 9)

Brazilian fruits

In Brazil you can taste fruits such as açai, cupucaçu, cajú, jaca, tamarindo or graviola. 10)


Copacabana is an oversized beach in the heart of Rio, very famous very crowded, but not without charm. 11)

The Fernando de Noronha Reserve

The Fernando de Noronha Reserve is a volcanic island inhabited by sea turtles. 12)


The Pantanal Wetlands is where you can see piranhas with your own eyes. 13)


Olinda is a 16th-century town that looks like it did when it was founded, delighting in its winding streets. 14)

Francisco Everado Oliviera Silva

Francisco Everado Oliviera Silva, more widely known as Tiririca, is one of the most popular clowns in Brazil. He left school at the age of 9 to join the circus. In his career, he recorded a music album that sold over 1.5 million copies. Nowadays, Tiririca has no time to work in the circus, because in 2010 he decided to run for congress, which he won. 15)


Coffee connoisseurs state that the best and tastiest coffee in the world is produced in Brazil. 16)

brazil.txt · Last modified: 2022/01/12 08:02 by aga