Sao Paulo is the largest city in Brazil, and one of the largest cities in the Americas, and the largest city in the southern hemisphere, and one of the largest urban cities in the world, and the number of people in 2020 was estimated at 12 million São Paulo is a global city that has a strong influence in many areas such as: arts, entertainment, and finance, as well as trade. It is worth noting that the state of São Paulo is the third largest city in the world in terms of population, with a population of about 27 million people.
About the city of Sulo Paulo
This city is located on the plateau above Sierra, 48.28 km from the coastal port of Santos, and was established in 1554 AD by a group of Jesuit priests who built a missionary school for the Indians in the region, and this city was known in the nineteenth century as the largest economic center Worldwide for the export of coffee, and by the 1960s that importance increased due to the proliferation of coffee plantations in the northwest of the country, and the necessity for all ships loaded with exports to pass through them. E rail to transport coffee from remote areas to Saulo Paulo, and then to the port of Santos.
This city changed dramatically and its population increased between 1890 and 1920, due to the arrival of large numbers of immigrants from Japan and the Middle East, along with Italy, Portugal, and Spain. During the 1950s, the country witnessed the huge transformation that changed Its path from exporting coffee to industry has become the engine of the modern economy in Brazil, as this has become one of the causes of the population explosion, which has made the population of about two million people in it, and the industries in this city: textiles, furniture, medicines, and shoes, as well as the auto industry .
Rio de Janeiro
Rio de Janeiro is the second largest city in Brazil after Paulo Paulo, and has approximately 6,498,837 million people in it, and was previously considered the capital of Brazil, and has on its land many famous landmarks such as Copacabana, and the statue of Christ the Redeemer to On the side of Mount Pau de Asucar, it is worth noting that this city hosted the Olympic Games in the summer of 2016.
Brasilia is the capital of the country, and the third largest city in it, with a population of approximately 3 million people. It was chosen as the capital because of its geographical location in the country, and it is a well-planned city that was specially designed to become the capital of the country.