Brazil Facts – 115 Fascinating Facts About Brazil
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Brazil Facts for Kids
There is a municipality named Americana in Sao Paulo, where former Confederate citizens settled following the American Civil War.
Brazil was the only independent South American country to send ground troops to fight in WW2. They sent over 25,000 soldiers.
Brazil has spent $53 million in public funds for Pope Francis visit of 2013.
The Bororo people, indigenous people of Brazil share same blood type O.
Only 43% of adults in Brazil have a high school degree.
Replicas of Statue of Liberty are found in Malaysia, Brazil, China, Pakistan and Taiwan.
The magnetic field of Earth has been weakening steadily over the past 180 years, mainly around Argentina and Brazil.
Brazil has spent $11 billion on the infrastructure for the 2014 World Cup.
There are around 10,000 replicas of Solomon’s Temple in Sao Paulo, Brazil.
Half of the top twenty cities in the world with the highest murder rates are in Brazil.