6 Interesting Facts About Brazil That Make It A Must Visit Country!

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The Carnival of Brazil is held annually in different states and cities of this South American country, and is the largest carnival in the world, according to The Guinness World Records.

Celebrated in spring, during the first week of March, from Friday to Tuesday, it attracts over 2 million people each day, for a period of four days.

The festival includes several styles and costumes designs, such as Rio de Janeiro, Bahia, Pernambuco, São Paulo, Minas Gerais and other cities. Music being played includes Samba, Axé and Frevo.

Is an archipelago - the UNESCO Natural World Heritage Site. It is also awarded the number 1 best beach to spend holidays all year round in the world, according to Tripadvisor

Truly spectacular, from the walkway on the cliff above and on the beach itself. Idyllic.

Beautiful beyond words, this sunny breath taking destination is perfect for newly weds honeymoon, anyone in thirst of adventure, or to simply relax and have great time.

Baia do Sancho comprises of 21 islands and only the largest island is inhabited with around 5,000 people. It can be reached by air or sea.

Brazil is the largest country in both Latin and South America by land, population and economy.

Over 200 million people in Brazil speak Portuguese. This country spans across an area of over 8,515,767 km2 (or 3,287,597 sq miles), making it the 5th biggest country on Earth by territory, and the top 15 countries with longest coast lines.

With a total GPD of about $2.505 trillion and $12,526 per capita, as of 2014 estimate, Brazil is the world's 7th richest country by GDP.

Feijoada is a typical Portuguese dish - a stew of black beans, dried beef, salted pork parts, like pig's ears, tails and tongues, ham, smoked sausage (chorizo), onions, garlic and chilli peppers.

This traditional soup is usually served with rice, slices of oranges and vegetables, like potatoes, carrots, tomatoes, cabbage, etc. It is best cooked slowly in a thick clay pot.

Feijoada is salty, and predominantly dominated by the taste of meat and bean stew.

Brazil has over 4,000 airports, among its popular ones like the Rio de Janeiro International Airport.

It comes second only after the US, with over 15 thousands airports.

  • Over half of Amazon resides within the territory of Brazil, the rest are spread between Colombia, Venezuela, Ecuador, Peru, Bolivia, Guyana, Suriname and French Guiana countries.
  • About 10% of the planet Earth's species have been discovered in Brazil's Amazon rainforest
  • Dangerous animals, such as jaguars, cougars and anacondas can be found here.