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In Brazil, exuberance is everywhere. You find it in the
immensity of the desert-like sands of the Lençóis
Maranhenses and in the seven thousand kilometers of coastline.
In the rivers so wide they look like seas. In the Amazon
Forest, the largest on the planet. In the 250 thousand
square kilometers of Mato Grosso swamplands, the impressive
nature reserve, a Heritage of Humanity.
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(Portuguese: Brasil) is the largest country in South
America. Famous for its soccer tradition and its annual
carnival in Rio de Janeiro, Salvador, Recife and Olinda,
it is a country of great diversity. From the bustling
urban mosaic of São Paulo to the infinite cultural
energy of Pernambuco and Bahia, the untouched wilderness
of the Amazon rainforest and world-class landmarks such
as the Iguaçu Falls, there is plenty to see and
to do in Brazil.
to Brazil’s continental dimensions, varied geography,
history and people, the country’s culture is rich
and diverse. It has several regional variations, and
in spite of being mostly unified by a single language,
some regions are so different from each other that they
could have become different countries altogether.
plays an important part in Brazilian identity. Styles
like choro, samba and bossa nova are considered genuinely
Brazilian. Caipira music is also in the roots of sertanejo
(the national equivalent to country music). MPB stands
for Brazilian Popular Music, which mixes several national
styles under a single concept. Forró, a north-eastern
happy dancing music style, has also become common nationwide.
New urban styles include funk - name given to a dance
music genre from Rio's favelas that mixes heavy electronic
beats and often raunchy rapping - and techno-brega, a
crowd-pleaser in northern states, that fuses romantic
pop, dance music and caribbean rhythms.
mixture of martial arts, dance, music and game, capoeira
was brought to Brazil by African slaves. Distinguished
by vivacious complicated movements and accompanying music,
it can be seen and practiced in many Brazilian cities.
and Umbanda are religions with African roots that have
survived prejudice and persecution and still have a significant
following in Brazil. Their places of cult are called
terreiros and many are open for visitation.