By: Toby and Hunter
Brazil is the largest country in South America. They have won most of the world cups for soccer. The name of Brazil comes from a tree name Brazilwood. The capital city is Brasilia, while the largest city is Sao Paulo. Brazil covers four time zones. The Amazon River flows through Brazil, it's the 2nd largest river in the world beside the Nile River.
The economies in Brazil are very big. Around 60% of the Amazon Rainforest is located in Brazil. Brazil is a home to a wide range of animals, including armadillo, tapirs, jaguars and pumas. Brazil is one of the 77 founding members of the United Nations. Brazil is the only country in South America that speaks Portuguese. Human activities such as logging, mining, fishing and agriculture important to the Brazilian economy but are also a serious threat to Brazil's diverse environment.
Soccer is the most popular sport in Brazil with the national team consistently among the national World cup. Portugal claim the land in Brazil in 1500. Independence was declared in 1822. Brazil is a tropical country.Teatro Amazonas is a historical site.
Foz do Iguacu is a campground site for people who ain't from Brazil.Shopping Siqueira Campos is a big shopping center. They eat most thing that we eat. After 16 years as Creative Director and Head of Design for Diesel, Wilbert Das decided to turn his creative hand to the hotel world. The population in 2012 was 194 million residents in Brazil. Million's of tourist visit Brazil every year. There are around 2500 airports in Brazil.
On the first day-they will go on a tour and you go to see a soccer game at 2:00.