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About Brazil

Brazil, officially Federative Republic of Brazil, is the world's fifth largest country in territorial size. It is South America’s largest country by both population and geographical size. It is also one of the most multicultural and ethnically diverse nations, due to immigration from around the world.

The Brazilian government has grouped the country’s states into five large geographic and statistical units called the Major Regions: North (Norte), Northeast (Nordeste), Central-West (Centro-Oeste), Southeast (Sudeste), and South (Sul). 

The Southeast covers only 11% of Brazil’s territory but has 43% of its population and the greatest concentration of industrial and agricultural production in the nation. The region includes São Paulo state, which is the nation’s economic and demographic heartland, Minas Gerais, whose very name (meaning “Extensive Mines”) testifies to great mineral wealth, and the populous coastal states of Espírito Santo and Rio de Janeiro. The city of Rio de Janeiro, the national capital from 1763 to 1960, remains Brazil’s main cultural and tourist centre.

The Brazilian landscape is very varied. It is most well known for its dense forests, including the Amazon, the world’s largest rainforest, in the north. But it has six terrestrial biomes and three marine ecosystems. 20% of all identified species of the planet. In the central-western part of Brazil sits a flat, swampy area called the Pantanal. This patchwork of flooded lagoons and small islands is the world’s largest wetland. 

Population: 207.6 million (Source: IBGE - July 1st 2017)

Capital: Brasília, located in the Federal District, midwest region of the country.

Official Language: Portuguese.

Brazil has many beautiful places to visit. Click here to learn more.