201,032,000 people

AVERAGE AGE: Around 30



São Paulo

Rio de Janeiro



Amazon River

Amazon Rain Forest

Mato Grosso Plateau


The annual average temperature in the region is 22 to 26 °C (72 to 79 °F), with not much variation between the warmest and the coldest months. The hottest part of Brazil is the northeast, where temperatures of more than 38 °C (100 °F) are frequently recorded during the dry season between May and November.

Average Yearly Rainfall



The Portuguese culture is by far the dominant of these influences; from it Brazilians acquired their language, their main religion, and most of their customs. Their government type is Federal Republic

Roman Catholicism has been Brazil's main religion since the beginning of the 16th century. It was introduced among the Native Brazilians by Jesuits missionaries and also observed by all the Portuguese first settlers.

Food,Clothing, and Popular Music

Brazil has one of the best cuisines in the world. Their top five meals are barbecued meat, moqueca, cachaca, brigadeiros, and pao de queijo. 

The attire is an integral part of the culture of any country. Each country has its own unique traditional clothing which represents its cultural and social status. The type of clothes worn by people is determined on the basis of the climatic conditions, traditions, and ethnic groups of the area.

Brazil music is full of passion and sentiment. It reflects the very essence and soul of Brazil, and music in Brazil plays a big role in the lives of many Brazilians all around the country.

If you have ever walked the streets of Brazil or been to a Brazilian beach you can see how the people are full of energy and happy, the music is in their blood, in the way they walk, talk, dance and love. Brazilians are very passionate about music and it is part of their culture.


Native Animals

Most animals in Brazil are monkeys. Even of you visit the forest you will not recognized.

Allies trading partners

Brazil has no enemies but allies which are

the United States, England, Australia, Canada, Switzerland, Germany, and Spain

Health Issues

Health care and sanitary living conditions vary widely from region to region in Brazil . There is a wide social gap between the northern and southern regions of the country, resulting in sharp differences between the health statuses of each area. In particular, the Northeast region faces the worst health conditions in the country. Poverty is prevalent in this region resulting in poor living conditions and widespread diseases which need medical attention.

Besides the whole details, Brazil is the place for relaxation and excitement.

Made By Christopher Huynh

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