Come to Brazil


Brazil's culture is one of the world's most diverse from its background of African and European migration, as well as the natives. Class and wages are based on color of skin, lighter skin being the more well off.


In Brazil the most common foods include pastas, rice and beans, tropical fruits, corn bread, and strangely enough, pizza.


The national music of Brazil is Samba, a dancing music played at Carnival in 2/4 time, with three steps to a measure. Samba may be traditional or have variations like the example below, which is usually some form of IDM (intelligent drum music).

Samba originated in Bahia, Brazil


Brazil is predominately Roman-Catholic. In Rio de Janeiro, there is a statue of Jesus towering over the city on Corcovado hill.

Brazil observes many of the classic Christian holidays, like good friday, easter, and christmas. Brazil also observes a holiday called carnival for five days in March.


In Brazil, typically both males and females wear a basic t-shirt and jeans, but logos on clothing is less common than in America. Traditionally, however, the clothing in Brazil would be bright, flashy, wide and colorful for women, and tough, durable, more neutral dress for men called Bombachas. During carnival, women still wear flashy and colorful clothing, but it covers much less. Men wear the classic sombrero and poncho.


Brazilians are basically football (soccer) fanatics. Football is Brazil's national sport, and Brazil's team is the most successful team is FIFA history, and they have won the world cup five times. Brazil may sometimes be referred to as "o PaĆ­s do Futebol" which means "the country of football"
Football is very important to Brazil, as most people in the country participate in playing or watching it.

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