Brazil, the largest country in South America, is replete with a variety of geographical features, especially for its dense rainforest in the Amazon region, as well as waterfalls, as well as religious monuments and the presence of the Redeemer Christ in it.
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The most famous Brazilian monument
- Corcovado MountainOne of the most popular tourist attractions in Brazil, whose name means humpback in the Portuguese language, we find the famous statue of it, which is the statue of Christ the Redeemer or Cristo Redentor, built between 1922 and 1931 using concrete and smooth stone, a length of approximately 40 meters.
- White Sand National Park: It is a low and flat land, covered by large white sand dunes, with beautiful blue lakes, located in the state of Maranhão near the Amazon basin.
- Iguazu Falls: Iguaçu Falls or Iguazu Falls are located on the border between Argentina, Brazil and Paraguay. Its abundance depends on the percentage of rainfall and reaches a height of 82 meters.
- The Water Museum : It is located in São Paulo, in which we find a variety of animals such as penguins, crocodiles, and others.
- Itaipu DamBuilt on the Paraná River on the border with Paraguay, it was built for the purpose of generating electricity from its water, with a volume of 12,300,000 cubic meters.
- Brasilia CathedralA Romen Catholic track, completed in 1970, designed by Oscar Niemeyer, contains four bells and a large number of columns.
- Botanical garden: Located in Rio de Janeiro, built in 1808, it contains many medicinal herbs, spices, aloe vera and palm trees. Some animal species were later put in them, such as monkeys, and some types of birds. In the Botanical Garden we find some monuments, statues, cafes, restaurants and many others.
The most famous Brazilian dish
- MucicaFish stew is one of the seafood based on tomato cubes, onions, coriander, palm oil, pepper and coconut milk.
- Cover it: It is a fried pie and stuffed with peas, mashed onions, palm oil, with dried shrimp or shrimp.
The most famous Brazilian characters
- Oscar Niemeyer: Architect Oscar Niemeyer was born in 1907 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, he grew up in a wealthy family, designed both the Ministry of Education in Brazil and the Ministry of Health, and also designed what is known as the Bambula Architectural Complex in Belo Horizonte, the Museum of Contemporary Art in Niterói and the main buildings In the capital, Brasilia, he died in 2012.
- Pele: An ancient old footballer, born in 1940 in three hearts, and Brazil, Pele joined the youth team and then became a player in the Brazilian national football team, and he was one of the most prominent professional players in the team that represents Brazil in the World Cup, and he is also a world football ambassador .