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Brazil has many main cities in its country.

This map shows the different types of physical features in brazil.

This maps shows some of the rivers In brazil and the capital of brazil.

Brazil makes different kinds of products all around there country.

There are many different kinds of elevations in the country of brazil.

This is a picture of storm drain art in brazil.

Brazil is a land where music and dance flows in the mind and body of it’s people

They are descendants of Indians who populated vast Brazil.

Capoeira is the mixture of martial art, fighting and dance. It's been created by African slaves brought to Brazil and their descendents.

Christmas decorations in the country involve setting up Christmas trees in individual homes and decorating them beautifully Carnival in Brazil with decorative normally starts on the items such as Friday before Ash lights, plastic balls Wednesday and and glass balls. finishes on Ash Wednesday itself, though in some places the celebrations tend to spill over until the following weekend.

This statue stands 130 feet tall and over looks the city of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. The designs considered for the "Statue of the Christ" included a representation of the Christian cross. The statue of Christ the Redeemer with open arms was chosen to symbolize there religious views.

A highlight of Christmas celebrations in Brazil is of One of the traditional highlights making huge Christmas parade carnival in Rio de Janeiro is the of the topof electric lights. "trees" samba schools, always a spectacle visual.

The Current Leader of Brazil is Luis Ignacio Lula de Silva and was elected in 2003.
Brazil has a federal republic government, Which is a form of government made up of a federal state with a constitution and a self-governing subunits

Brazil’s original organization is called the renewable energy…...

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